Solve for m: y=mx+b

rearrange the following equations to solve for the variable indicated.
cheerdrama93
Asked Dec 28, 2009
There's something missing here, but I will give you some information. What you posted is the equation for a line. y=mx+b on a graph is a straight line where m is the slope and b is the y intercept. If you make y=0 then you have 0=mx+b then -b=mx, then -b/m=x, and that will give you the x intercept. Hope this helps in some way.
Oni_Kami
Answered Dec 28, 2009
(6,6) and (2,2
bojohn
Answered Sep 24, 2012

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