Slope-intercept form is a way of writing down the equation of a line. In other words it describes a line.

**m**is the slope of the line and

**b**is the y-intercept.

**m**increases so does the steepness of the line. The larger the slope, the steeper the line, or in other words, the greater the rate of change.

The smaller the slope = the slower the growth or decay and slower the rate of change.

The **y-intercept **tells you where the line crosses the y-axis.

Slope-intercept form is a very useful way of writing down the equation of a line. It's easy to understand and it's easy to use to graph a line.

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