same thing. but its easy to change y=b+mx to y=mx+b
y = mx + b y - mx = b
in the equation: y=mx+b , the y-intercept is represented by "b".
In the equation y = mx+b, b is the y-axis intercept.
y=mx+b mx+b=y (mx means multipy.) Hope this helps! -natali4everca
the answer is: (y-b)/x = m y = mx + b y - b = mx (y-b)/x = m
b is the intercept through the y axis
b stands for the y-intercept
If y = mx + b, then x = (y-b)/m (for m not equal to zero).
It is: y = x+5 in y = mx+b form
The x in y=mx+b is the independent variable. You could solve for x, making this a function of y, with simple algebra. y = mx + b y - b = mx (y-b)/m = x
There is no difference; it is a matter of choice and convention as to what letter is used.
At the y-intercept, x=0 and y = b .
m = slope of the line. b = the Y intercept.
if y=mx+b y intercept is (0,b) ...make sure you check whether b is positive or negative
The y intercept is at co-ordinates (0,b).
The slope and y intercept which are m and b respectively.
The equation y = mx + b is the equation for a line in slope-intercept form. The slope is m, and the y-axis intercept is b.
The Y-Axis intercept, i.e. when X is zero, Y is b.
Y = 2X + 1 Now it is.
It is a straight line.
In the equation y = mx + b, x is the independent variable.Also, m is the slope, b is the y-intercept, and y is the dependent variable.
y = mx + bAt the x-intercept, y = 0 :0 = mx + bSubtract b from each side of the equation :-b = mxDivide each side by 'm' :-b/m = x
The equation y = mx + b is the equation for a line in slope intercept form, with m being the slope, and b being the y-axis intercept.
That's it, just the way you said it:y = mx + b'm' is the slope'b' is the intercept