in the equation: y=mx+b , the y-intercept is represented by "b".
That is called slope - intercept form
X equals 0.5at squared is a quadratic equation. It describes a parabola. Y equals mx plus b is a linear equation. It describes a line. You cannot describe a parabola with a linear equation.
A linear equation in the slope intercept form or the standard form.
Yes it is, since it can be represented in the form y = mx + b
A straight line equation
The equation y = 13x is in the form "y = mx + b" (in this case, b is zero). Therefore, the equation is linear.
No, y=x^2 + 2 is a quadratic equation. A linear equation is one in the form y=mx+b. A quadratic has a form y=ax^2+bx+c.
It is the equation formula for a straight line equation.
A linear equation is of the form y=mx+c, where m and c are constants. Therefore, y=5x is a linear equation. Here m=5 and c=0.
Yes. A linear equation is one in which the maximum power of a variable (usually x) is 1. In y = mx + b the x has a maximum power of 1. If b = 0, the equation becomes y = mx and x still has a maximum power of 1. The b is the y-intercept, ie it shifts the line up/down the y-axis and does not affect the shape of the graph, which stays a line: hence a linear equation.
That is the standard equation to graph a line.
In the equation y = mx+b, b is the y-axis intercept.
m is the gradient or slope of the linear equation y = mx. It is a measure of the change in y for a unit change in x.
y = mx + b
you multiply m n p
It is the Slope-Intercept Form of a linear equation. y=y-value x=x-value m=slope of the line b=y-intercept thx 4 the answer
An example of a linear equation is : y=mx+b.
y = mx + b
the y-1 is a minus .
If you graph a Linear equation it will be a strait line. If it doesn't come out strait, its not linear. Also a linear equation can be put into y=mx+b, with mx meaning the slope and b meaning Y-intersept.