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### Display Y-intercept?

I was able to successfully compute the following with Sage 5.9: p1 = plot(20x + 10000, -8,600, ymin = -15, ymax = 30000) p2 = plot(80x, -8,600, ymin = -15, ymax = 30000, color = 'orange') p9 = (p1 + p2) plot(p9)

Is it possible for me to get Sage to display the point of intersection between the 2 lines?

The intersection occurs at 166 of the x-axis, with a y value of around 13300.

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### Display Y-intercept?

I was able to successfully compute the following with Sage 5.9: 5.9:

p1 = plot(20x plot(20*x + 10000, -8,600, ymin = -15, ymax = 30000)
p2 = plot(80x, plot(80*x, -8,600, ymin = -15, ymax = 30000, color = 'orange')
p9 = (p1 + p2)
plot(p9)plot(p9)


Is it possible for me to get Sage to display the point of intersection between the 2 lines?

The intersection occurs at 166 of the x-axis, with a y value of around 13300.

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### Display Y-intercept?

I was able to successfully compute the following with Sage 5.9:

p1 = plot(20*x + 10000, -8,600, ymin = -15, ymax = 30000)
p2 = plot(80*x, -8,600, ymin = -15, ymax = 30000, color = 'orange')
p9 = (p1 + p2)
plot(p9)


Is it possible for me to get Sage to display the point of intersection between the 2 lines?

The intersection occurs at 166 of the x-axis, with a y value of around 13300.

 4 retagged FrédéricC 5127 ●3 ●42 ●111

### Display Y-intercept?

I was able to successfully compute the following with Sage 5.9:

p1 = plot(20*x + 10000, -8,600, ymin = -15, ymax = 30000)
p2 = plot(80*x, -8,600, ymin = -15, ymax = 30000, color = 'orange')
p9 = (p1 + p2)
plot(p9)


Is it possible for me to get Sage to display the point of intersection between the 2 lines?

The intersection occurs at 166 of the x-axis, with a y value of around 13300.