To write the slope-intercept from given equation, rearrange the equation so that \( y \) is isolated before writing it in slope-intercept form (\( y = mx + b \)). In this case, the constant term \( b \) represents the `y`-intercept, and \( m \) is the slope (coefficient of \(x \)). This style makes charting and interpreting the behavior of the line easier.

Important points are:

- \(b \): `y`-intercept
- \(m \): slope.

Algebra 1

Linear Relationship