The slope-intercept form of an equation is:
y = mx + b
In this case, "m" is the slope, and "b" is the y-intercept.
The general form of the slope-intercept equation is y = mx + b. In that equation, the slope is m and the y intercept is b.
y=mx+b is the general slope intercept equation and b represents the y intercept.
y = 2x + 1.
The general equation is y = mx + c. m is the slope of the straight line. c is the y intercept. This is readily obtained by putting x = 0 then the general equation simplifies to y = c.
The slope of the line that represents the graph of that equation is 15.
The equation of line in terms of y , x coordinates and intercept can be written as : y= m x+ c where m is the slope of the equation and the c is value of intercept.
The standard form equation of a line is y=mx+b. M represents the slope; slope is the change in x over the change in y. B represents the y-intercept.
In a slope intercept form of the equation of a straight line in the 2-dimensional coordinate plane.
y=mx +b is the equation for slope intercept form. y = the output of the equation m = the slope x = the input into the formula b = the y-intercept The slope represents the rate of change. This is because for every input, or x, you put into the equation, is changed by m. So the M portion of this equation would be the rate of change.
In the straight line equation of y = 3x+5 the slope is 3 and the y intercept is 5
If you mean a slope of 2 and a point of (1, 4) then the equation is y = 2x+2
You can have infinitely many lines through one specific point, each with a different equation. If you want to have a general equation for ANY line that goes through that point, use the point-slope equation for a line, and use a variable for the slope.
Since the equation y = -4 represents a horizontal line, then the slope of the line is 0.
x = -3 represents a vertical line whose slope is undefined.
Need to sloventhe equation to get it into the general form Y=Mx + B Where M is the slope and B is the intercept.
In general the straight line equation is: y = mx+b whereas m is the slope and b is the y intercept
y=mx+b is the equation of a line in the plane in slope intercept form. The m is the slope and the b is the y intercept. There are many other forms of equations of lines.
The slope intercept form of the equation of a line is: y = mx + b The general form is: Ax + By + C = 0 So, when the line is given in the slope intercept form, the general form will be mx - y + b = 0
The equation has been distorted in the question (as usual on this site). The general idea is to solve the equation for "y"; read off the slope from the resulting equation; then divide minus 1 by this slope to get the slope of the perpendicular line.
y=mx+b y0=mx0+b 5=3*2+b b=5-5=0 y=3x+0