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4.6: Intercepts and the Cover-Up Method

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intercept The point at which a graphed equation crosses an axis. The x-intercept is an ordered pair at which the line crosses the x-axis (the horizontal axis). Its ordered pair has the form (x,0). The y-intercept is an ordered pair at which the line crosses the y-axis (the vertical axis). Its ordered pair has the form (0,y)

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