Q: What is m and b in math?

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As my math teacher would say, the Math gods just picked those random variables to represent these things. There is no specific reason to my knowledge.

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By tradition , one standard equation for a line is denoted by y = mx + b. Here m stands for the slope of the line and b is the Y-intercept, the place where the line crosses the Y-axis. I do not know why m stands for slope. M often is used for a set, the reason being that Menge means set in German.

ma + mb = m(a + b) this is an algebra formule, what cyfers, NUMBERS STAND A and M for I suspect that slashes representing fractions are missing: m/a + m/b = mb + ma/ab = m(b + a)/ab

m times 23 is 23m

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It's the slope of the line, or your a or m depending on how your teachers teach it. y = mx + b where m = slope and b = y-intercept(or initial value) or y = mx + b where m = slope

it is numbers It is ax+by=c where there is a, b, c, and to calculate the slope of a standard form you could use the following: m(slope)=-a/b, and b(y-intercept) b=C/B

It depends on what you are trying to solve for. Here is a solution for x... y = mx + b y - b = mx (y - b) / m = x Note: If m is zero, then there is no solution, because the line is horizontal

I'm not sure exactly whar you mean but b- rise/run which is also a part of y intersection (m), related to graphs.

As my math teacher would say, the Math gods just picked those random variables to represent these things. There is no specific reason to my knowledge.

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If my math works, the solution if you are solving for b is (2a-ba)÷(-b)=b.

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Commutative Law: a + b = b + a or a × b = b × a

By tradition , one standard equation for a line is denoted by y = mx + b. Here m stands for the slope of the line and b is the Y-intercept, the place where the line crosses the Y-axis. I do not know why m stands for slope. M often is used for a set, the reason being that Menge means set in German.