What would you do if your break was based off a graph?
No I don’t. Let me see that.
Hey, Jared do you know what this means?!!!
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Well since the line is going from the left up it has to be something positive.
Hmmmmm, I wonder if he’s thinking what I’m thinking.
And since the line is positive then, that means the slope is also positive and the slope is................... 5!
Who am I kidding he’s not going to get it from this graph.
But since there’s no y-intercept then, the equation would be y=5x. Which means........
Now there’s one thing left to find in the slope intercept form, y=Mx+b, and that is the b or the y-intercept.