## Algebra and Trigonometry 10th Edition

x-intercept: $(-\frac{1}{7},0)$ y-intercept: $(0,4)$
$y=4(7x+1)$ Make $y=0$ to find the x-intercept: $0=4(7x+1)$ $0=7x+1$ $-7x=1$ $x=-\frac{1}{7}$ We have the point: $(-\frac{1}{7},0)$ Make $x=0$ to find the y-intercept: $y=4[7(0)+1]=4(0+1)=4$ We have the point: $(0,4)$