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25 February, 14:59

Which of the following ordered pairs could be the y-intercept of a function?

A. (0, 2)

B. (-3, 2)

C. (5, 0)

D. (1, 0)

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  1. 25 February, 16:17
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    Y-intercepts always have 0 as the x-coordinate, so it's (A)
  2. 25 February, 16:18
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    The graph of a function intersepts the y-axis when x equals zero. So the answer is A. (0, 2).
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