Physics or math (very simple terminology question)
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"Describe the characteristics of each graph (for example, . . . ., zero or nonzero intercept value)."
I guess a zero intercept value would be if the line is on the point (0,0)/the origin. But what if the line starts at (0,1) or (2,0). Because then the x intercept is zero or the y intercept is zero... Would these be considered as having the characteristic of a "zero intercept value" or a "nonzero intercept value"?
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