Does this graph have an x-intercept or a y-intercept? If yes, what does it represent?
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Originally Posted by shanuck Does this graph have an x-intercept or a y-intercept? If yes, what does it represent? x-intercept ... ask yourself this question: would the average hourly earnings (seasonally adjusted) ever equal 0 dollars ? y-intercept ... depends upon what year represents t = 0.
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