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If you graph the equation y=6n+3, you will get a line with a slope of 6 that intersects the y-axis at y=3. It will cross the n-axis at n=-0.5

The 3 is the constant term that shows the "y-intercept," or where the line crosses the y-axis.■

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Q: In the equation 6n plus 3 what does the 3 mean?
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