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Can someone explain slope intercept form as simple as possible? Formula: y=mx+b

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Ok y is your y value from any point on the graph m is your slope x is the x value of any point from the graph and b is your y intercept that is where the line cross in the y line that is the vertical line in the graph

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Bridget Schinner
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Answer:

As simple as possible, it's a form of linear equations.

Step-by-step explanation:

The formula, y = mx + b, can be dissected to get the slope and y-intercept of a linear equation where:

  m = slope

  b = y-intercept

  (x and y can be substituted for any point)

If you have any more questions, feel free to ask. Hope this helps!

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Mr. Kade Walter MD
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