In the book "The Elements of Statistical Learning" in chapter 2 ("Linear models and least squares; page no: 12"), it is written that
In the (p+1)-dimensional input-output space, (X,Y) represent a hyperplane. If the constant is included in X, then the hyperplane includes the origin and is a subspace; if not, it is an affine set cutting the Y-axis at the point (0,$\beta$).
I don't get the sentence "if constant is ... (0,$\beta$)". Please help? I think the hyperplane would cut the Y-axis at (0,$\beta$)in both the cases, is that correct?
The answer below has helped somewhat, but I am looking for more specific answer. I understand that when $1$ is included in the $X$, it won't contain origin, but then how would the $(X,Y)$ would contain origin? Should not it depend on value of $\beta$? If intercept $\beta_0$ is not $0$, $(X,Y)$ should not contain origin, in my understanding?