What is the y intecept of y=x
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math
i am stuck on this problem: Find the slope and yintercept of the line represented by the table of values below, then answer the question that follows. x y 10 310 5 80 12 262 19 444 What is the sum of the slope and the yintercept? For the yintecept i

Geometry
a line passes through the points 3,1 and 6,5 write the equation of the line in slope intecept

Math
Verify these answers :] Would be thankies~ 1. Determine the intervals in which the reciprocal function of f(x)= x^2+1 is increasing. a) (0,∞) b) (∞, 0) c) (∞,∞) d) (1,∞) Answer: D  2. Determine the point(s)

algebra
find the slope and the yintecept f(x)= 9x7. The slope is_______ and the yintecept is (0, ___) I came up with the slope is 2 and the yintecept is (0, 16) am I close

Math
What is the y intecept of y=x

Algebra II
Y= (x5)(x1) Finding AOS, Vertex, Y Intecept, X Intercept, and two additional points

Geometry
a line passes through the points 3,1 and 6,4 write the equation of the line in slope intecept Still don't get it

Algebra
Write an equation in standard form (slopeintecept form) of the line passing through the pair of points (3,4) and (5,8) containing point (5,9) and parallel to the line.

Algebra uno check+ help?
So, I've got these problems: To tell which form the equation is in. 1)2x+8y=3 I think this one is standard form. 2)y=5x+8 I think this is slope intercept form. 3)y+4=2(x6) I think this is also slope intecept form. Could somebody tell me if my answers

College algebra
Okay theres another part to this equation and I'm not sure if this is the right answer either. 5x+6y=18 solve for y. 6y = 185x y = (185x)/6 The second part is when graphed this equation would be a line. What is the slope and yintercept of this line? The

math help & correction
Problem #1 Is this correct or wrong? Find the slope of the line passing through the points(1, 1)and(1, 2). Write the equation of the line. For this one I KEEP GETTING Y=  (3)/(2)x2.5 Problem #2 Find the yintecept and slope of 7x+9y=72 My answer:

calculus
Consider line segments which are tangent to a point on the right half (x>0) of the curve y = x^2 + 1 and connect the tangent point to the xaxis. If the tangent point is close to the yaxis, the line segment is long. If the tangent point is far from the

calculus
Consider line segments which are tangent to a point on the right half (x>0) of the curve y = x^2 + 1 and connect the tangent point to the xaxis. If the tangent point is close to the yaxis, the line segment is long. If the tangent point is far from the