# #0.5x+y=5# ?

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#### Explanation:

I am not sure what answer you are seeking, but here are some ideas:

#0.5x+y=5#

is the equation of a line.

We can find the intersection with the

#0+y=5#

So the intersection is

We can find the intersection with the

#0.5x+0 = 5#

Multiplying both sides by

#x = 10#

So the intersection is

If we subtract

#y = -0.5x+5#

This is in slope-intercept form, like:

#y = mx+c#

where

Alternatively, we can subtract

#0.5x = 5-y#

then multiply both sides by

#x = 10-2y#

This "solves" the original equation for

We can graph the equation by drawing a line through

graph{(0.5x+y-5)=0 [-4.79, 15.21, -2.88, 7.12]}