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x(-b)=m(x-c)

the answer is: (y-b)/x = m y = mx + b y - b = mx (y-b)/x = m

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To multiply m x 10a by n x 10b: multiply the numbers (m x n) add the powers (a + b) (m x 10a) x (n x 10b) = mn x 10a+b To divide m x 10a by n x 10b: divide the numbers (m / n) subtract the powers (a - b) (m x 10a) / (n x 10b) = m/n x 10a-b

x = (y-b)/m

y-b/x=m

Not quite. 'm' is the slope of the line. 'b' is the y-intercept The x-intercept is ( -b/m ).

y = mx + b y - b = mx (y - b) / x = m (m is the slope, except where x = 0)

Y=mx+b. first you subtract b from both sides of the equation. Y-b=mx then you divide m from both sides because x is being multiplied by m. so then you get (y-b)/m=x and that's your answer

It depends on whether or not a and c are coprime (have no factors in common). Suppose x is the greatest common factor of a and c, where x = 1 if a and c are coprime. ie GCF(a, c) = x then let a = x*m and c = x*n where m and n are coprime then LCM(ab, bc) = LCM(x*m*b, x*n*b) = x*m*n*b

y=m(x)+b

y = mx + bAt the x-intercept, y = 0 :0 = mx + bSubtract b from each side of the equation :-b = mxDivide each side by 'm' :-b/m = x