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Find m in y= mx+b

asked Aug 16, 2017 in Algebra by Todd

1 Answer

Hey! This is the correct way to get m

y - b = mx + b - b

y - b = mx

Divide both sides by x to get the meaning of m

 (y-b)/x = (mx)/x

(y-b)/x = m

m = (y-b)/x

answered Aug 16, 2017 by quickwriter (2,510 points)