# Algebra

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Plot the following points on the given rectangular coordinate system by clicking on the given dots and dragging them.

Points to plot:
(-3, -2 )
(-1, 0)
(1, 2)

If you were to connect these points with a line, where would the y-intercept be located? Give answer in (x, y) form.

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