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Q: What is the slope intercept form of y equals 3x - 7?

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2y = 3x-6 y = 1.5x-3 in slope intercept form

If: -3x+2y = 12 Then: y = 1.5x+6 in slope-intercept form

3X - 2Y = - 16 - 2Y = - 3X - 16 Y = (3/2)X + 8 ==============slope intercept form

y = 3x + 3 is the 'slope/intercept' form. In the general eq'n of a straight line ; y = mx + c ; The slope(m) is the coefficient of 'x' and the constant(c) is the intercept on the y-axis. So for the given eq'n , The slope is '3' and and the intercept is also '3'.

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2y = 3x-6 y = 1.5x-3 in slope intercept form

It is: y = 0.5x-1.5 in slope intercept form

If: 6y-3x = 18 Then: y = 0.5x+3 which is in slope-intercept form

If: -3x+2y = 12 Then: y = 1.5x+6 in slope-intercept form

3X - 2Y = - 16 - 2Y = - 3X - 16 Y = (3/2)X + 8 ==============slope intercept form

y = x-4 in slope intercept form

y = 3x + 3 is the 'slope/intercept' form. In the general eq'n of a straight line ; y = mx + c ; The slope(m) is the coefficient of 'x' and the constant(c) is the intercept on the y-axis. So for the given eq'n , The slope is '3' and and the intercept is also '3'.

y = 1.5x+8 So the slope is 1.5 and the intercept is 8

If: 3x-5y+10 = 0 Then: -5y = -3x-10 And: y = 0.6x+2 in slope-intercept form

4x - 2 = 3x is equivalent to x = 2.This is an equation in x only and cannot be expressed in the slope intercept form because the slope is undefined and the y-intercept does not exist.

Y=3x-4

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