Posted by **Margie** on Friday, October 13, 2006 at 1:15pm.

Write the equation of a line whose slope is 6 and whose y intercept is -3.

Y= slope * x + yintercept.

You fill in the blanks.

But how?

Anonymous is telling you to use

y = m*x + b

where m is the slope and b is the y intercept.

Use m= 6 and b = -3

Example: if the numbers had been slope = 5 and y intercept = -4, then

y = 5x - 4 would be the equation.

Does that help?

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