Yes.

It is not usually done when simplifying or reducing to lowest terms, but it can be useful to do that on occasion.

It is not usually done when simplifying or reducing to lowest terms, but it can be useful to do that on occasion.

__Example__The linear equation in standard form 2x + 3y = -6 Can be put into intercept form by dividing by -6 x/-3 + y/-2 = 1 The intercepts are recognized as (-3, 0) and (0, -2).