Here's a graph of a linear function. Write the equation that describes that function. Express it in slope-intercept form

Guest Jul 18, 2020

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Well, as you can see, the function is a line

y = mx + b is slope intercept form of a line m = slope b = y axis intercept (when x = 0)

Find two 'convenient' points like -3,2 and 0,-4

calculate the slope, m as (y1-y2) / (x1-x2)

you will then have y = mx + b

then put one of the points into your building equation to calculate 'b'

(BTW you can 'see' 'b' where x = 0 the value of b is shown as -4 on the graph)

ElectricPavlov Jul 18, 2020