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  • 12 months ago

    this picture should help

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  • 12 months ago

    Ax + By = C

    By = - Ax + C

    y = - A/Bx + C/B

    The slope of the line is: -A/B

    The y-intercept of the line is C/B..//

  • 12 months ago

    The "slope-intercept" format, for a linear equation, looks like this:

    y = mx + c

    where m and c are numbers, and where

    m is the slope of the line (how fast y rises, when x rises by 1), and

    c is the intercept (the value of y, when x=0)

    Begin with the original equation and move stuff around (legally):

    Ax + By = C

    subtract Ax from both sides (same as moving Ax across the equal sign)

    By = -Ax + C

    divide both sides by B (this is allowed, since we are told that B is not zero)

    y = (-Ax + C)/B

    distribute the division

    y = (-A/B)x + (C/B)

    The coefficient of x is your slope

    The constant term is your intercept

  • 12 months ago

    You have to change the equation into y = mx + b form.

    The coefficient m is the slope.

    The b is the the y-intercept

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  • Anonymous
    12 months ago

    Ax + By = C

    Subtract Ax from both sides

    By = -Ax + C

    Divide by B

    y = ?

    It is now in the form y=mx + b, (m is slope, b is intercept)

    Source(s): Blessed enough to go to school
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