Understand the y-intercept by solving 13 various types of problems. They involve defining the y-intercept's representation in the graph and why it is negative. Then, they determine which function rule relates to the graph. They also determine the value of x when the graph intersects the y-axis and explain why b is the y-intercept of a line when in slope-intercept form.
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