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find the slope-intercept equation of the line that has the given characteristics. slope 2.3 and y-intercept (0,-4)

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Remember what I said earlier about the slope intercept form?
no, I cant pull up the info from yesterday
It was from this morning.

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The general form for the equation of a line is f(x) = Mx + b Where M is the slope, and b is the intercept.
So take the slope and intercept you're given and plug them in.
2.3x+4
Not quite. Note that the intercept is (-4)
or is it set up as m=2.3x + 4
No.
The first thing was almost right
oh ok
m=2.3x + -4
not m. f(x) or y
f(x) = 2.3x - 4 (after simplifying the addition with a negative)
is the answer to the math question f(x) = 2.3x - 4 or m1=0 b=-1.7
find the slope-intercept equation
So the equation is f(x) = 2.3x - 4
thanks
Sure thing =)

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