If the x-intercept of line L is -5 and the slope is equal to 5/2, Find the y-intercept of the line L.
  • a)
    -2
  • b)
    -5/2
  • c)
    2
  • d)
    5/2
  • e)
    25/2
Correct answer is option 'E'. Can you explain this answer?

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By Vicky Tiwari · 3 weeks ago ·GMAT
Preitee Ranjan Pradhan answered 3 weeks ago
For every value of x=2 ,y=5 ,so for x=4 ,y=10 and for x= 5, y= 12.5= 25/2.

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