# The graph of #3x-7y+11=0# crosses the y axis at which point?

##### 1 Answer

The graph of **y axis** at

#### Explanation:

Find where the graph of **y axis**.

The **intercepts of a line** are the points where the line intercepts, or crosses, the horizontal and vertical axes.

The straight line on the graph below intercepts the two coordinate axes.

The point where the line crosses the x-axis is called the **x-intercept**.

The **y-intercept** is the point where the line crosses the y-axis.

Observe that the **y-intercept** occurs where **x-intercept** occurs where

Consider the given equation

Add

Substitute

Hence,

**y-intercept**.

Hence, we can conclude that the graph of **y axis** at

Examine the image of the graph below for better comprehension:

Additional information:

**x-intercept** occurs where

If you substitute