# find the slope and y-int. of the line....y=3x-6?

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The slope is 3 and the y-intercept is -6

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• the standard equation of a line is y=mx + b where m is the slope and b is the y intercept (in other words where x = 0). In this case, the m would equal three. To find the y intercept plug in 0 for x:

y= 3(0) - 6.

so

the y intercept = -6

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• This equation is in slope-intercept form of y = mx + b. m will be the value of the slope and b will be the value of the y-intercept.

Slope(m) = 3

y-intercept(b) = -6

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SLOPE IS 3 Y INTERCEPT IS -6

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• slope=3

y intercept= -6

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• slope is the number next to x, in this case, 3

to find the y intercept set x equal to zero, you will get -6

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