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WILL GIVE MEDAL & FAN. What is the slope of the line given to the equation below?

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to find the y intercept x needs to be equal to 0

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she's asking for the slope m in this case is -1 because -x is the same as -1*x
\[y=mx+b\] \(m\) is the slope \(b\) is the \(y\)-value of the \(y\)-intercept the position \((x,y)\) of the y-intercept is \((0,b)\)
so sorry @Chelsea04 !! I'm looking for the y- intercept insted oops xD That's what i meant to say
@UnkleRhaukus so the y intercept is just 0 ? :)
no, that is the coordinate point, so (0,b) you just insert the b value so the intercept is 72, you just need to write it as a coordinate point
an order pair is two numbers
which means that it is (0, 72) ordered pair is the same as coordinate point which you find on graphs
How do you do that @UnkleRhaukus ? :)
well apparantly chealsea just gave away answer XDD
but pretty good explaination :)
(x,y): (0,72)
so it"s 72 ?
no, you write it is (0,72)
well, yes but write it is (0,72)
do you understand?
oohhhh thank you! Yeah I have another question will post now :) Thank u all!!

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