The general form of the slope-intercept equation is y = mx + b. In that equation, the slope is m and the y intercept is b.
y=mx+b is the general slope intercept equation and b represents the y intercept.
y = 2x + 1.
The general equation is y = mx + c. m is the slope of the straight line. c is the y intercept. This is readily obtained by putting x = 0 then the general equation simplifies to y = c.
The slope of the line that represents the graph of that equation is 15.
In a slope intercept form of the equation of a straight line in the 2-dimensional coordinate plane.
The equation of line in terms of y , x coordinates and intercept can be written as : y= m x+ c where m is the slope of the equation and the c is value of intercept.
The standard form equation of a line is y=mx+b. M represents the slope; slope is the change in x over the change in y. B represents the y-intercept.
In the straight line equation of y = 3x+5 the slope is 3 and the y intercept is 5
If you mean a slope of 2 and a point of (1, 4) then the equation is y = 2x+2