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jkev1

  • 2 years ago

slope 3/4, y intercept: 9 write an equation of the line with the given slope and y-intercept

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    if anyone wouldn't mind helping me out.

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    Y intercept is when X = 0. It's another way of saying one of the points on the line is (0,9). m (slope) = (3/4) Slope intercept form is: y=mX+b, where m = slope First, solve for the Y intercept (which will get you b): 9 = m(0)+b Then substitute b and m into y=mx+b.

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