Q: Is the slope and x intercept the same?

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A line with a y-intercept but no x-intercept will be a straight line parallel to the x axis. It will have a slope of zero.

Slope is zero y-intercept is -7 there is no x-intercept for this equation

The slope is -1.25

It will have the same slope but with a different y intercept

y=mx+b in slope intercept form m=slope b=y-intercept

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No. In a linear equation, y = mx + b, the slope is m, and the x intercept is where mx + b = 0.

Slope is -1 y-intercept is 1 x-intercept is 1

A line with a y-intercept but no x-intercept will be a straight line parallel to the x axis. It will have a slope of zero.

Slope is zero y-intercept is -7 there is no x-intercept for this equation

The slope is -1.25

slope intercept formula is given by y = mx+c where m is the slope and c is the x intercept so ur equation comes to... y=(0.25)x + 24

It will have the same slope but with a different y intercept

x-3y=3 is the same as -3y=-x+3 and now divide by -3 and you have y=(1/3)x-1 which is the slope intercept form.

The x-intercept is the point where the graph touches the x-axis.

The slope intercept formula is y=mx + b in which m is the coefficent by x, x is the slope, and b is the y-intercept which is why it is called y-intercpet or slope-intercept. An example: y=3x + 7. Here your slope is three and y-intercept 7.

y=mx+b in slope intercept form m=slope b=y-intercept

If you mean: x+y = 90 then y = -x+90 which is in slope intercept form