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


What are the slope and y. intercept of the linear function graphed to the left?  slope -

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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.

second option

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

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Further explanation

Solving linear equation mean calculating the unknown variable from the equation.

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Gradient of the line could also be calculated from two arbitrary points on line ( x₁ , y₁ ) and ( x₂ , y₂ ) with the formula :

\large {\boxed{m = \frac{y_2 - y_1}{x_2 - x_1}}}

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If point ( x₁ , y₁ ) is on the line with gradient m , the equation of the line will be :

\large {\boxed{y - y_1 = m ( x - x_1 )}}

Let us tackle the problem.

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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

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Option A

y = 1 - 3x

y = -3x + 1

slope = - 3Y-Intercept at 1

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Option B

x - 3 = y

y = 1x - 3

slope = 1Y-Intercept at -3

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Option C

y = 3x - 1

slope = 3Y-Intercept at -1

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Option D

-x + 3 = y

y = -1x + 3

slope = -1Y-Intercept at 3

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Learn moreInfinite Number of Solutions : System of Equations : System of Linear equations : Answer details

Grade: High School

Subject: Mathematics

Chapter: Linear Equations

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

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Identify the slope and y intercept of each linear functions equations

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

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Further explanation

Solving linear equation mean calculating the unknown variable from the equation.

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Gradient of the line could also be calculated from two arbitrary points on line ( x₁ , y₁ ) and ( x₂ , y₂ ) with the formula :

\large {\boxed{m = \frac{y_2 - y_1}{x_2 - x_1}}}

\texttt{ }

If point ( x₁ , y₁ ) is on the line with gradient m , the equation of the line will be :

\large {\boxed{y - y_1 = m ( x - x_1 )}}

Let us tackle the problem.

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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

\texttt{ }

Option A

y = 1 - 3x

y = -3x + 1

slope = - 3Y-Intercept at 1

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Option B

x - 3 = y

y = 1x - 3

slope = 1Y-Intercept at -3

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Option C

y = 3x - 1

slope = 3Y-Intercept at -1

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Option D

-x + 3 = y

y = -1x + 3

slope = -1Y-Intercept at 3

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Learn moreInfinite Number of Solutions : System of Equations : System of Linear equations : Answer details

Grade: High School

Subject: Mathematics

Chapter: Linear Equations

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

#LearnWithBrainly


Identify the slope and y intercept of each linear functions equations

that is the answers

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2c

3a

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Identify the slope and y intercept of each linear functions equations

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Step-by-step explanation:

where the equations

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.

Hope this helps :)


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