A y-intercept is a point at which a graph crosses the y-axis. Any point on the y-axis has an x value of 0. A graph of a function has only one y-intercept (see vertical line test). Click on the blue graph in manipulative 1 and drag it to change the figure.
Manipulative 1: y-Intercept. Created with GeoGebra.
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