• anonymous
Imagine you have to explain to a blind person what you are doing in math class and he/she wanted to know how to find the intercepts on a graph of a line. This blind person only knows the definitions for these parts of the graph: origin, x-axis, and y-axis. How would you explain to them how to find the x and y intercepts for the problem without them being able to see the problem?
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