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well the intercept is the point were a line crosses an axis
would you like to know how to find the y intercept or the x?
well reguradless its pretty easy to tell just by looking at the equation
My teacher said find the y-intercept coordinate. I do not know how.
so the "y -intercept cordinate" is the point that that line passes through the y axis
have you ever heard of that equation?
No. Can you please elaborate?
so any line can be expressed as a function. usually we write it in "slope intercept form" which looks similar to: y=mx+b
m and b are usually numbers and we leave the y and x as letters
So y=3 does not have a slope?
and for a double check we can graph it
so "y equals 3"
that means y is always equal to 3
so at what point does that line cross the y axis?
The intercept between y=x and y=3 is simply x=3 and y=3.
each of these lines has it's own intercept
what is the point that i drew on your drawing
*remeber that points are expressed like ( , )
The point you drew is 0, 3) The line y=3 intersects the y axis at (0,3). The intersection between y=3 and y=x is (3,3). Thank you so much :)!
seems like you got this down!
On to calculus!
seems like youll do great
oh btw it was a bit unclear if your teacher wanted the point of "intersection" or the y "intercept".. make sure you dont confuse those cause theya are different
I'll provide both just in case.
that works too!
When finding the area between two curves, the area is the integral of the upper/right curve minus the lower/left curve, right?
f(x) is the upper boundary of area R if the diagram is a bit ambiguous