Definition 1.3.1. Intercepts.
The points at which a graph crosses the axes are called the intercepts of the graph.
\(x\) | \(8\) | \(10\) | \(12\) | \(14\) |
\(y\) | \(36\) | \(30\) | \(24\) | \(18\) |
\(t\) | \(\quad ~ 0 ~ \quad\) | \(\quad 5 \quad\) | \(\quad 10 \quad\) | \(\quad 15 \quad\) | \(\quad 20 \quad\) |
\(h\) |
\(\quad t \quad\) | \(\quad h \quad\) |
\(0\) | \(\) |
\(\) | \(0\) |
\(~ t ~\) | \(0\) | \(5\) | \(10\) | \(15\) | \(20\) |
\(~ h ~\) | \(-400\) | \(-300\) | \(-200\) | \(-100\) | \(0\) |
\(~ x ~\) | \(~ 50 ~ \) | \(100\) | \(150\) | \(200\) |
\(~ y ~\) |
\(\quad x \quad\) | \(\quad y \quad\) |
\(0\) | \(\) |
\(\) | \(0\) |