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For y=mx+b Can the x and y values be any point on the graph?

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good question
there will be only few points that fall on the graph of y=mx+b
*they cannot be just any points. not every point in the PLANE satisfies y=mx+b

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so any point on the horozontal line for the x and same for y
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any point on the x axis will have ONLY one value for y
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sorry didnt get what u asking
b = yintercept, right? x is the one i circled Y is the one I drew the line at
thats right ! you have good understanding on line equations !!
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