Find slope given slope-intercept form involves determining the slope of a linear equation when it's presented in slope-intercept form, `y=mx+b`. The slope `(m)` represents the rate of change or steepness of the line. By understanding how to identify the coefficient of `x` in this form, we can easily find the slope and interpret its significance in the context of the equation and its graph.

For example:

Find the slope of the line `y=12x+6`.

Algebra 1

Linear Relationship