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What is the y-intercept of x - 2y = -6

The y-intercept is where the graph cuts the y-axis.

This is always the point on the graph when x = 0.  (visualise it)

So if we have x - 2y = -6, and then set x to equal 0, then

-2y = -6

y = 3

So, the y-intercept is y = 3

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