Alex S. answered • 06/07/14

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Using the slope intercept formula y = mx +b, you are given the slope m, and have an (x,y) coordinate. Therefore, you can solve for the y-intercept b.

In your equation, y and x will remain as variables, but slope m and y-intercept b are constants.