# Question #e1096

Oct 10, 2016

Yes, $y = 3 x$ is in slope-intercept form.

#### Explanation:

The equation of a line is in slope-intercept form if it is of the form $y = m x + b$ where $m$ is the slope of the line and $b$ is the $y$-intercept.

The given equation fits this form, with $m = 3$ and $b = 0$:

$y = 3 x + 0$

indicating that it is a line with slope $3$ and a $y$-intercept at $\left(0 , 0\right)$

Oct 10, 2016

Yes it is:

#### Explanation:

The slope intercept form is, in general, in the form:
$y = m x + c$
Where $m$ is the slope and $c$ is the intercept.
In your case you can write:
$y = 3 x + 0$
Where $3$ is the slope and $0$ is the intercept.