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Find the `y`-intercept given slope-intercept form focuses on identifying the `y`-intercept of a linear equation when it is presented in slope-intercept form, `y=mx+b`. The `y`-intercept represents the point where the line crosses the `y`-axis, and in this form, it's simply the constant term `b`. By understanding this concept, we can easily locate this key point on the graph of the line and gain insights into its behavior.

For example:

Find the `y`-intercept of the line `y = -\frac{9}{13}x-\frac{11}{8}`

Algebra 1

Linear Relationship