Converting Y=mx+b to standard form
I need to convert slope-intercept form to standard for for my next test. For example: Convert 60x + 30y=15 First, I subtract 30y. -30y = 60x + 15 Then, I...
I need to convert slope-intercept form to standard for for my next test. For example: Convert 60x + 30y=15 First, I subtract 30y. -30y = 60x + 15 Then, I...
The slope is -3, the y is 3, and the x is negative 1. So the equation would be 3= (-3)(-1) + b. 3 = (-3)(-1) + b -3 = -3 + b 0 = b Is this correct?
The problem is "Suppose an elevator is 400 feet above the ground. It descends at a steady rate. After 15 seconds, the elevator is 250 ft above the ground." I need to find a linear function...