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# What are the slope and y. intercept of the linear function graphed to the left? slope -2, y intercept 2 slope -1/2 intercept 1 slope 1/2 intercept. 2 sope: 2; y intercept 1  Wanna14ever
I’m not sure wat the answer is raweber
FIND THE SLOPE
The line passes through (0,1) and (2,0)
Use formula of the slope to find the slope
m = (y₂ - y₁)/(x₂ - x₁)
m = (0-1)/(2-0)
m = -1/2
The slope is -1/2

FIND THE Y-INTERCEPT
The y-intercept is the value of y when the line intersects y axis. The line intersects y axis in point (0,1). The value of y is 1. So the y-intercept is 1.

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The slope and Y-intercept of each linear function's equation are as shown in the explanation below. Further explanation

Solving linear equation mean calculating the unknown variable from the equation. Gradient of the line could also be calculated from two arbitrary points on line ( x₁ , y₁ ) and ( x₂ , y₂ ) with the formula :  If point ( x₁ , y₁ ) is on the line with gradient m , the equation of the line will be : Let us tackle the problem. This problem is about Slope and Y-Intercepts of Linear Functions

Let the linear equation : y = mx + c

If we draw the above equation on Cartesian Coordinates , it will be a straight line with :

m → gradient of the line

( 0 , c ) → y - intercept Option A  slope = - 3Y-Intercept at 1 Option B  slope = 1Y-Intercept at -3 Option C slope = 3Y-Intercept at -1 Option D  slope = -1Y-Intercept at 3 Learn moreInfinite Number of Solutions : System of Equations : System of Linear equations : Answer details

Subject: Mathematics

Chapter: Linear Equations

Keywords: Linear , Equations , 1 , Variable , Line , Gradient , Point

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The slope and Y-intercept of each linear function's equation are as shown in the explanation below. Further explanation

Solving linear equation mean calculating the unknown variable from the equation. Gradient of the line could also be calculated from two arbitrary points on line ( x₁ , y₁ ) and ( x₂ , y₂ ) with the formula :  If point ( x₁ , y₁ ) is on the line with gradient m , the equation of the line will be : Let us tackle the problem. This problem is about Slope and Y-Intercepts of Linear Functions

Let the linear equation : y = mx + c

If we draw the above equation on Cartesian Coordinates , it will be a straight line with :

m → gradient of the line

( 0 , c ) → y - intercept Option A  slope = - 3Y-Intercept at 1 Option B  slope = 1Y-Intercept at -3 Option C slope = 3Y-Intercept at -1 Option D  slope = -1Y-Intercept at 3 Learn moreInfinite Number of Solutions : System of Equations : System of Linear equations : Answer details

Subject: Mathematics

Chapter: Linear Equations

Keywords: Linear , Equations , 1 , Variable , Line , Gradient , Point

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Step-by-step explanation:

where the equations 00manray
Answer = slope -1/2 intercept 1

Using the rise/run method, you can see that the slope is -1/2 (It’s negative because if the line wen the other way, it would be positive)

As for the y-intercept, the line intercepts the line at 1, so the y-intercept is +1.

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