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How do you find the equation of a line when you are only given slope and the x -intercept

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y=mx+b!
yea but how do i find b
or y

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m being slope, and you have a point so solve for b, the x-intercept being your point
x intercept means you have the point (a,0) use point - slope \[y-0=m(x-a)\]
confused
if you know the x intercept you know a point. Use point slope form.
for example if the intercept was (1,0) then 0= m(1) +b
okay i listenin
ok the slope is -1/2 and x int is -10 so what do i do
you would divide or subtract i think
help
huh

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