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In the equation y=mx + B what symbolises slope?

 Jun 20, 2019

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Just remember that the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line is

 

y  =  mx + b

 

where  m  is the slope

 

and  b  is the y-intercept

 Jun 20, 2019
 #1
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Best Answer

Just remember that the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line is

 

y  =  mx + b

 

where  m  is the slope

 

and  b  is the y-intercept

hectictar Jun 20, 2019
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y=mx+b

m is slope

x is x intercept

b=y intercept

slope \cdot  x intercept + y intercept= y.

 Jun 20, 2019
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Just a small correction:

 

'x' is NOT the x intercept

the 'x' intercept is when y = 0

 

0 = mx +b

-b/m = x   intercept     

ElectricPavlov  Jun 20, 2019
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Thanks SOOO Much for both of your guy's help. : )

 Jun 20, 2019
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Your Welcome! 

 

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Nickolas  Jun 20, 2019

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