Slope-intercept form, Mathematics

Slope-intercept form

The ultimate special form of the equation of the line is possibly the one that most people are familiar with.  It is the slope-intercept form.  In this if we know that a line contain slope m and a y- intercept of (0, b ) then the slope-intercept form of the equation of the line is,

                                                                y =mx + b

This form is specifically useful for graphing lines.

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