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The slope of a line is  and its -intercept is  What is the -intercept point of the line? Express your answer as an ordered pair.

 Feb 3, 2019
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I would help; however, it appears as if all the relevant information got deleted.

 

The slope of the line is __.

Its __-intercept is __.

What is the __-intercept?

 Feb 3, 2019
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This WOULD be a line of the form    y = mx + b     where m = slope and b = y intercept

 

When x = 0 is sustituted you will find the y intercept  is b        ordered pair   : (0,b)

 

When you put in y = 0 and solve for x, you will find the x axis intercept     orderd pair   :   (-b/m , 0)

 Feb 3, 2019

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