Q: How do you Convert an equation into slope-intercept form?

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y=mx+b y0=mx0+b 5=3*2+b b=5-5=0 y=3x+0

the square

Just write the equation as: (x - 11)(x - 3) = 0 and convert it to any form you like.

whats the equation to convert meters to inches?

slopeintercept equations are used to find the slope and intercept (obviously lol) they are set up like this y=mx+b m is the slope and b is the y-intercept lets say you have an equation like... 2x + y = 5 (now minus 2x from both sides) 2x - 2x + y = 5 - 2x (simplify) y = 5 - 2x just use algebra to turn the standard form to slope intercept form

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y = 2x + 1.

Solve the equation for ' y '.

The equation of the line is of the form y = 3x + c where c is a constant. The point (4,9) is on the line, so substituting x=4, y=9 in the equation, 9 = 3*4 + c = 12 + c so c = -3 So the equation of the line is y = 3x - 3

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y=mx+b y0=mx0+b 5=3*2+b b=5-5=0 y=3x+0

You also need an equation for y in order to convert to rectangular form.

the square

You can take the logarithm on both sides of an equation. The real trick is to figure out when this will help you to solve the equation, and when not.

Just write the equation as: (x - 11)(x - 3) = 0 and convert it to any form you like.

whats the equation to convert meters to inches?

It's possible

This equation is I2 (s) + 4 Cl2 (gas) => 2 ICl4 (s).