# The line y = 4x - 7 crosses the y axis at:

(4, 0)

(0, 4)

(-7, 0)

(0, -7)

The y axis is where x=0. Only (0,4) and even (0,-7) are even ON the y axis. Plug x=0 into the equation and see what you get for y.

## To determine where the line y = 4x - 7 crosses the y-axis, we need to find the point where x = 0. This is because the y-axis corresponds to the set of points where x is equal to zero.

Plugging x = 0 into the equation y = 4x - 7, we have:

y = 4(0) - 7

y = -7

So, the line crosses the y-axis at the point (0, -7).

The other option mentioned, (0, 4), is not correct because plugging x = 0 into the equation y = 4x - 7 gives:

y = 4(0) - 7

y = -7

Therefore, the correct answer is (0, -7).