Help with finding equation of a line

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I can't figure out how to find the y-intercept because it's a decimal. The y-intercept has to be in a fraction
first, we pick a point on the line that isn't on a decimal (2,1) looks good now we plug them into the equation y = mx + b where x = 2, y = 1, m = slope = (-2/3), and b is the y intercept

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Once I put it all together I get -0.33333333333, how do I put it in fraction form?
hm, take a look at the graph, the y-intercept should be positive
1 = (-2/3)*2 + b solve for b
Oops I think I did it wrong :(
start by finding (-2/3)*2
It equals -1.33333333
Then once I add it to 1 I get 2.333333333
So how do I make that into a fraction?
7/3
How did you do that?
I figured it out, Thanks Ms. Hatsune Miku!

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