Question #f10f7

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Oct 27, 2017

Answer:

Slope-intercept form is #y=mx+b#.

Explanation:

In slope-intercept form

#y=m("slope")x+b("y"-"intercept")#

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There is also standard form:

#Ay+Bx=C#

where #A#, #B#, and #C# are numbers and #x# and #y# are your variables.

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The final form is point-slope form:

#y-y_1=m(x-x_1)#

Here #m# will equal your slope and #x# and #y# are going to be your variables. The #x_1# and #y_1#, however, are going to be the coordinates of a point on your line

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