Explain how you can find the Y intercept of a linear equation and how that is different from finding the Y intercept of a geometric equation?

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that's what i found for you  Each point on the graph is depicted by an ordered pair, where x is always the first value and y is always the second value in the ordered pair (x,y). This is because x is the independent variable, which means that it is the variable being changed. This makes y the dependent variable, which means that it is dependent on how x is being changed. We will explore this as we start to graph equations in terms of x and y. Now, even though there are two values in an order pair, they associate to only one point on the graph.

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