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Our x and y intercept calculator will calculate the value of x and y intercepts for a straight-line equation, function, or expression. Simply input the function and the tool will let you know what coordinates are linked with it that will assist you to draw its graph.

**Particular points on a graph from which a straight line passes are known as intercept(s).**

Suppose you have the following linear function:

**Ax + By = C**

Here we have:

**A**as coefficient of x intercept**B**as the coefficient of y intercept- When it comes to
**C**, itâ€™s a constant term

To find the x intercept, you can use an x-intercept calculator, and same as for finding y, you can take the assistance of a y-intercept calculator. Let us suppose the following equation below:

\(4x+7y=2\)

The x intercept calculator Puts y = 0 in above expression to determine this coordinate:

\(4x+7\left(0\right)=2\)

\(4x=2\)

\(4x=\dfrac{2}{4}\)

\(x=\dfrac{1}{2}\)

Put x = 0 in the given equation:

\(4\left(0\right)+7y=2\)

\(0+7y=2\)

\(7y=2\)

\(y=\dfrac{2}{7}\)

The required intercepts are:

**x-intercept:** \(\dfrac{1}{2}, 0\)

**y-intercept:** \(0, \dfrac{2}{7}\)

Our x and y intercepts calculator is specially intended to solve for the coordinates that define the slope and a linear line on the graph.

Letâ€™s discuss how you can use it!

**Input:**

- Input your function, equation, or expression in the field and hit the calculate button

**Output:**

- X and y intercepts
- Displays the graph containing the determined points

From the source of Wikipedia: Intercept, Quadrant (plane geometry), Mnemonic

From the source of Khan Academy: Quadrants on the coordinate plane, Points