The x in y=mx+b is the independent variable. You could solve for x, making this a function of y, with simple algebra. y = mx + b y - b = mx (y-b)/m = x
It is the intercept: the value that y takes when x = 0
It's is the formula of a straight line equation
To solve this, present the equation in the standard slope/intercept form of y = mx + c. 'm' is the slope. 2x + 5y = 10 5y = -2x + 10 y = -2/5x + 2 Therefore, -2/5 is the slope.
It's 2. your equation is y=mx+b, so the gradient, or slope, is the "m" in the equation.
b = y - mx.
y = mx + b y - mx = 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
you multiply m n p
It is the equation formula for a straight line equation.
Y = mX + 6 Y - 6 = mX (Y - 6)/X = m ==============If you had values you could get the integer that is m
If y = mx + b, then x = (y-b)/m (for m not equal to zero).
Rearranging the equation for m:y = mx +by - b = mx Take the y to the other side(y - b)/x = m Divide both sides by xm = (y - b)/x Swap sides
This is the formula for a Y intercept on a 2 dimensional graph.
A linear equation in the slope intercept form or the standard form.