In this tutorial the instructor shows how to find the YIntercept given the equation of the line in PointSlope form. He shows how to do this with an example. He tells to substitute the value of x to zero to find out YIntercept as YIntercept is nothing but the point where the line meets xaxis, where the value of x coordinate is zero. By watching this simple tutorial you can easily compute the Yintercept of an equation in point slope form.
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