#### Answer

part a: No; (0,-2)
part b: Yes
part c: No; -4.5
part d: Yes
part e: Yes

#### Work Step by Step

part a: The vertical intercept is the y-intercept. The line crosses the y-axis at -2, but in coordinate form (x,y), it is (0,-2). The student incorrectly put (-2,0).
part b: The horizontal intercept is the x-intercept. The line crosses the x-axis at -3. The student correctly put this in coordinate form as (-3,0).
part c: The input is the x-value. The output is the y-value. The question basically asks at y=1, what does x equal? Looking at the graph, the graph reaches -4.5 on the x-axis when y=1. The student switched the meaning of input and output.
part d: The input is the x-value. The output is the y-value. The question basically asks at y=-1, what does x equal? Looking at the graph, the graph reaches -1.5 on the x-axis when y=-1.
part e: The input is the x-value. The output is the y-value. The question basically asks at x=3, what does y equal? Looking at the graph, the graph reaches -4 on the y-axis when x=3.