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Problem 3

To find the $y$ -intercept(s) of the graph of an equation, we set _____ equal to 0 and solve for _____. So the $y$ -intercept of $2 y=x+1$ is _____.

Answer

Using concepts of intercepts, the "words" that fit the blank are $"x", " y "$ $" \frac{1}{2} "$

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## Discussion

## Video Transcript

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