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What is the formula for slope intercept?

I had for got what it was i think it is y=mx+b?

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Y=mx+b your right.

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Yes, Y= MX+B is the formula:)

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your correct, y=mx+b

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Alright!
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Y=Mx=b

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yepers

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idk i dropped out of algebraa((:

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Sucks to be you!
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y=mx+b is not correct it is mx=y+b

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Are you joking?
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What the hell are yall talking about!
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idk

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Next time you should know what it is!
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CedricPancakes

Y = Mx + B
"X" is the variable.
"M" is the slope.
"B" is the Y-intercept.

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You are smart!
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I know. C:
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You are Correct!!!!! y=mx+b
m= slope(slope formula specifically is m=y2-y1 over x2-x1),
b= y-intercept(where the line crosses on the y-axis)

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