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7-89.

The graph of the equation $2x − 3y = 7$ is a line.

1. Find the $x$- and $y$-intercepts and graph the line using these two points.

2. If a point on this line has an $x$-coordinate of $10$, what is its $y$-coordinate?

Substitute $x = 10$ into the original equation and solve for $y$.

$\text{If }x =10, \ y = \frac{13}{3}.$