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it would be what you started with

okay so 5?

yup

Thank you :)

y intercept is what you get when ](t=0\) or \(x=0\) or whatever your variable is

yw

x j(x)
1 8
2 4
3 2

what about in this graph? would it be j(x)

what is the question?

oh ok

look at the pattern backwards to figure out what you would get if x = 0
2 , 4 , 8 , ?

you got that?

Not really..

two
four
eight
?

doubling each time

oh okay

So 4 would be 0?

no
what is two times eight?

16

yeah so the pattern will be
\[16,8,4,2,1,\frac{1}{2},...\]

making the y intercept (the first number ) 16

ohh Okay Thanks :)

yw
guess you got some more y intercepts to find right?

I found the other 2, It was just the graph and an equation.