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plz help me: Q1) In slope-intercept form, y=mx+b where y=?m=?x=?b=?

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    Slope Intercept Form = y = mx + b where b = y-intercept of the line, m = Slope of the line

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    @Hero @him1618 @ash2326 help me

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    @Hares333 Got it ?

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    what do you mean? @hba

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    b = y-intercept of the line,?????

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    Yes

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    b=y how?

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    y-intercept is actually the point on the graph where x is zero

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    ok!! so what's x

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    @jiteshmeghwal9

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    x is x

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    what?

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    can you explain me with the help of diagram @hba

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    @Hares333 y=mx+b This equation represents a line, with slope m and y-intercept b x and y are variables, There are infinite points on a line, these represents the points' coordinates. For each unique x there is a unique y. |dw:1352550200464:dw| The point where the line intersects the y-axis is the y intercept and obviously x being 0, if you put x=0. y=0x+b=b

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    http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/509e2986e4b013fc35a1642d

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    thnx... @ash2326

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    Welcome, did you understand? @Hares333

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    yaa @ash2326

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