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Video: Finding the 𝑦-Intercept of a Linear Function from Its Graph

Kathryn Kingham

What is the 𝑦-intercept of the function represented by the given graph?

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Video Transcript

What is the 𝑦-intercept of the function represented by the given graph? Our graph, the 𝑦-intercept, will be the value of 𝑦 at the point where the line crosses the 𝑦-axis. Here’s our 𝑥-axis, here’s the 𝑦-axis, and here’s the point where the line on the graph crosses the 𝑦-axis. For this graph, the 𝑦-intercept equals 10.