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Amy231
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What is the y-intercept of the line described by the equation below? y=x-3? A. (0, 1) B. (0, -1) C. (0,-3) D. (0,3)

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cassie2

The y intercept is the value of y when x is equal to 0, so just set x=0 and find y! y = 0-3 y=-3 The answer is C: (0,-3) I hope this helped! ^-^

Georgey

The y-intercept is found when the x-coordinate is equal to zero, so if you plug 0 into the x-variable of the equation, you can find the intercept. y = x - 3   Plug in 0 for x y = 0 - 3   Subtract y = -3       So when x = 0, then y will equal -3. This means that the y intercept of the equation will be C. (0, -3).

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