ALGEBRA 2Lesson 34 of 95
Converting to Slope-Intercept Form and Graphing
Students learn to convert a linear equation to slope-intercept, or y = mx + b form, by getting y by itself on the left side of the equation. For example, to convert the equation x - 3y = -12 to y = mx + b form, the first step is to subtract x from both sides to get -3y = -x - 12. Notice more...
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*Also referred to as Elementary Algebra or Beginning Algebra.
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