## College Algebra 7th Edition

$x=0.5$, $y=1$
The x-intercept is when $y=0$. Thus, plugging in this value, we get the x-intercept: $0-2x(0)+2x=1\\x=0.5$. The y-intercept is when $x=0$. Thus, plugging in this value, we get the y-intercept: $y-2(0)y+2(0)=1\\y=1$.