Q: Think of a real-life situation where a graph would have no x- or y- intercept. Will what you say about the line always be true in that situation?

A: For the graph to have no x or no y intercept, it would have to be a perfectly horizontal or perfectly vertical line - one in which one of the variables never changes... perhaps a graph of the difference in ages between you and sibling over time... [ regardless of how far you go in time, the difference between your ages will never change. The formula would not have a "x" component:
Y = 3, for

example... where "Y" is the difference in the ages. ]

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