IN MATH: 1. n. the 2nd coordinate; the 2nd number in an ordered pair used to name a point; the vertical directed distance a point is from zero. EX. Determine the y-intercept of a linear equation with slope of 3 if when the abscissa is 6 the ordinate is -1

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IN ENGLISH: 1. as defined above.

APPLICATION: (see list 230)

1. Determine the y-intercept of a linear equation with slope of 3 if when the abscissa is 6 the ordinate is -1.

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