Question

, solve the formula

for y, and tell me the slope AND the y-intercept of the line 2x + 3y = 6.

Answer #1

TOPIC:Straight line equation,slope and y_intercept.

The equation of a line is given below.
2x-5y=5
Find the slope and the y-intercept.
Then use them to graph the line.
how do you solve this question by using run/rise formula and
graph it?
slope: 2/5
y-intercept: -1

(a) Write the equation in slope-intercept form.
y = −(x − 5)
(b) Write the equation in slope-intercept form.
y + 2x = 6
A restaurant serves 80 customers per hour.
(a) Write an equation that relates the number of customers
C and time t.
Use the slope and y-intercept to sketch the graph of
each equation.
(a)
y = 3x + 2
Identify the x-intercept.
b)
y = − 1/5x
Identify the x-intercept.
(c)
y = 3/2x-6
Identify the...

How
to interpret the slope of a line if the slope is 4.2079728 and
y-intercept is -34.191477

Give the slope and y-intercept of the line whose equation is
given below. Then graph the linear function. y equals -7x + 5
The slope of the line is -7? (Simplify your answer.)
The y-intercept is 5? (Type an integer or a simplified
fraction.)
Use the graphing tool to graph the linear equation. Use the
slope and y-intercept when drawing the line.
Please help verify, I don't understand the calculation to graph
the linear function?

Find the slope and y-intercept of 4x - y = 8.

Compute the least-squares regression equation for the
given data set. Round the slope and
y
-intercept to at least four decimal places.
x
6
1
4
7
3
y
2
4
1
7
6
Regression line equation: y=?

Find the y-intercept and the slope for the equation
y=3.51x-7.23.

A) Write a? slope-intercept equation for a line that passes
through
(?3,1) and (3,?11).
B) Solve the following equation.
9x?3+5x=5x+5?7x

compute the least-squares regression equation for the
given data set. Round the slope and
y
-intercept to at least four decimal places.
x
7
4
5
2
1
y
2
6
5
1
7
Regression line equation: y=

Consider the line with non-zero slope m and y-intercept b,
that is the line described by the equation y = mx + b where m is
not equal to 0. Use dot products of vectors to show that any line
perpendicular to this one must have a slope of -1/m. Also show that
in the case where m=0, any perpendicular line must be vertical (and
hence have undefined slope).

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