How does the y-intercept appear in these representations: table, equation, and graph?

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flashtiger

In a table it's EXAMPLE: Cars/Drivers the cars is x and the drivers is y(y-intercept). In an equation, EXAMPLE using y=mx+b the b is the y-int., and in a graph it is (x,y) the y being the y-int.