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slop intercept form is y=mx+b where m is the slope. We have to find b. To do so we have to evaluate the problem. We see that the y-intercept is 3 which means the coordinate pair (x,y)=(0,3). Plug (0,3) into the question. it should like this

3=m(0)+b. now solve. anything times 0 is 0 so the equation is now 3=b. now we have m, which is -2 and b which is 3. plug it into the equation and the slop intercpet form is

y=-2x+3

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