That is called slope - intercept form
It is: y = x+5 in y = mx+b form
That is slope-intercept form of a line.
It is a straight line.
It is: y = 5x+15
A linear equation in the slope intercept form or the standard form.
same thing. but its easy to change y=b+mx to y=mx+b
It is the equation of a straight line
There is no difference; it is a matter of choice and convention as to what letter is used.
The equation of the line is written in the standard form, y = mx+c
Yes, that is the slope intercept form of the equation for a straight line.
Yes it is, since it can be represented in the form y = mx + b
Standard form is y=mx+by=3x+5 is already in standard form.
The equation y = mx + b is the equation for a line in slope-intercept form. The slope is m, and the y-axis intercept is b.
in the equation: y=mx+b , the y-intercept is represented by "b".
b = y - mx.
The equation y = mx + b is the equation for a line in slope intercept form, with m being the slope, and b being the y-axis intercept.
y= -4x + 10 Slope intercept form is y=mx+b
y = mx + b y - mx = b
It is slope intercept form. The equation for slope intercept form is y=mx+b which is like your equation y=5x+6
You draw a straight line through (0,b) which has a slope of m.
Y = 2X + 8 is a linear function of the form, Y = mX + c. A line.