Math: What is the y-intercept in this graph, Is it ''none'' or ''0''?

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Athul K
School: UC Berkeley


the line passes through the negative first point  on the y axis ( the point is not marked here,so we cannot clearly say the y intercept )

but the y intercept is not "0"or "none"

it has a y intercept, may be y intercept = -1

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