It is: y = -0.4x+1 when in slope intercept form.
y equals 3x plus 3 is slope intercept form.
y = 6x+8 is already in slope intercept form
Slope-Intercept Form: y = -2x +1
y = -1.2x-3 in slope intercept form
what is the slope-intercept form of the equation 15y=10x+12
Yes, that is the slope intercept form of the equation for a straight line.
It is: y = -7x+1 in slope intercept form
In slope-intercept form, y = (-1/3)x -5.
y= -4x + 10 Slope intercept form is y=mx+b
Solving the equation for "y" gives you the slope-intercept form.
That is slope-intercept form of a line.
y = 4x + 1, is in the slope-intercept form, y = mx + b, where the slope, m, is 4, and the y-intercept, b, is 1.
This is the easiest form of this question, called the slope-intercept form. y = mx + b m is slope, and b is the y-intercept. The slope is 5, and the y-intercept is 2. ■
It is slope intercept form. The equation for slope intercept form is y=mx+b which is like your equation y=5x+6
If: -3x+2y = 12 Then: y = 1.5x+6 in slope-intercept form
x+2y = -8 2y = -x-8 y = -0.5x-4 in slope intercept form
The equation y=6x+1 is in "slope intercept" form. This form is y=mx+b and b is the y intercept and m is the slope. This means we can read the slope and the intercept directly from the equation with no calculations. The slope is 6 and the y intercept is 1 ( or the point (0,1) is you prefer)
It is: y = -3.5x+2.5 in slope-intercept form
y=2x+7. The 2 is your slope and the 7 is your y intercept.
Since your equation is already in slope-intercept form, it's easy. Slope-intercept form is as follows: y=mx+b m always ends up being your slope, and b is your y intercept. Slope = 5, and the y intercept = 8 in your equation.
2x+y=0 can be written in slope intercept formas y=-2x+0 or just y= -2x
If: x+y = 5 Then: y = -x+5 which is now in slope-intercept form
15x+25y = 315 25y = -15x+315 y = -0.6x+12.6 which is now in slope-intercept form
4x+3y = 3 3y = -4x+3 y = -4/3x+1 in slope intercept form
Slope-intercept form: y=mx+b x+y=2 y=(-x)+2 slope= -1 y-intercept=2