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  • one year ago

what does b represent in the equation y=mx+b

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  1. foreverandalways13
    • one year ago
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    y intercept

  2. foreverandalways13
    • one year ago
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    do u know how this equation works?

  3. anonymous
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    not really

  4. foreverandalways13
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    do you want an example?

  5. anonymous
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    sure

  6. foreverandalways13
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    ok so b=y intercept m=slope so for example, if the slope is 3 and the yint is -4 plug that into the equation

  7. anonymous
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    so it's y=3x+-4

  8. foreverandalways13
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    yes!! youve totally got this!

  9. foreverandalways13
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    now graphing is easy!! lol

  10. anonymous
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    thanks alot for you help, your extremely helpful

  11. foreverandalways13
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    |dw:1443122720274:dw|

  12. foreverandalways13
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    pretend my lines are straight lol

  13. anonymous
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    haha ok

  14. foreverandalways13
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    graph paper makes that alot easier...just count squares

  15. anonymous
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    OOOOHHHH ok i totally get it now

  16. foreverandalways13
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    YAY i helped!! message me if you need anything else!!

  17. anonymous
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    ok thanks

  18. foreverandalways13
    • one year ago
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    no problem haha u can just say hi too

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