-9x + 5
Slope Intercept Form = y = mx + b
where x = slope and b = y intercept
We are told that the slope is -9 and the y intercept is at (0,5)
So x = -9 and b = 5
that being said we plug in the values into the equation
Therefore y = -9x + 5 is your answer
The above is the equation of the line.
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slope intercept form is y=mx+b
simply plug in the values.
m= the slope
the slope you gave was -9, so plug that in to m.
b= the y intercept aka when the number touches the y axis. in this case, it would be 5.
slope intercept form
y = mx+b
where m is the slope and b is the y intercept
y = -9x + 5
Hope this is helpful
The equation in the slope-intercept form is given by
is the slope and
is the y-intercept.
We substitute these values into the formula to obtain
Hope this helps! :,)
The slope intercept formula is y=mx +b, where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept. We know that m is -9 because that’s the slope and b is 5 because the y-intercept is at (0, 5), meaning that’s where the line crosses the y-axis.
when you create a line using the y-intercept and the slope. if you put the (x,y) coordinates that are on your line in your function/equation. both sides should equal each other