To write the slope-intercept form of a line, use the formula `y = mx + b`. Here "`m`" is the slope and "`b`" is the `y`-intercept. Just plug in the values of `m` and `b` into the formula to get the equation of the line. This format helps you easily see how the slope and `y`-intercept change the line's angle and position on a graph, giving a clear picture of straight-line relationships.

Algebra 1

Linear Relationship