## Intermediate Algebra (6th Edition)

Find the x and y intercepts by setting y=0 and x=0, respectively. $\\\\$x-intercept: $\\\\2x=y \\\\2x=0 \\\\x=0$ $\\$Thus, the x-intercept is at (0,0). $\\\\\\\\$y-intercept: $\\\\2x=y \\\\2(0)=y \\\\0=y$ $\\$Thus, the y-intercept is also at (0,0). $\\\\\\\\$Get a third point. Let x=2 then solve for y to have: $\\\\2x=y \\\\2(2)=y \\\\4=y$ $\\$Thus, the point (2, 4) is also on the graph of the given function. $\\\\\\\\$Plot (0,0) and (2,4) then connect them using a straight line to complete the graph.