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Find the y-intercept for the line represented by this equation. -2y=4x+8 A. (–4, 0) B. (0, –4) C. (0, –2) D. (–2, 0)
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User: Find the x-intercept for the line represented by this equation. 3y=2x+6 A. (0, –3) B. (–3, 0) C. (0, 2) D. (2, 0)

User: Find the y-intercept for the line represented by this equation. -2y=4x+8 A. (–4, 0) B. (0, –4) C. (0, –2) D. (–2, 0)

Weegy: 2(4x + 2) = 8x + 4



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The y-intercept for the line represented by this equation -2y=4x+8 is (0,-4).
-2y = 4x + 8;
y = -2x - 4
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