# What is the #y#-intercept of the line #2x-3y = -6#?

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

#### Explanation:

The y-axis is the line

The y-intercept is simply

The answer is, in coordinate-pair format:

#### Explanation:

The

That means to solve this we should replace

Now the equation looks lie this

From here, I would solve

We can also graph the equation and check where the

graph{-6=2x-3y}

In this case, it is at (0, 2), which is what we found. We were right!