How do you find the y-intercept of f(x)=14x+b

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How do you find the y-intercept of f(x)=14x+b

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Eliza 1 week 2022-01-10T12:22:28+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2022-01-10T12:24:03+00:00

    The equation f(x) = 14x + b is written in function notation. This is the same as writing it in slope-intercept form. We can just change the “f(x)” to “y” to switch the equations.

    f(x) = 14x + b → y = 14x + b

    To solve for the y-intercept we need a coordinate on the graph. Depending on what coordinate you get, you fill it in for “x” and “y”, and then solve for b (y-intercept).

    Best of Luck!

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    2022-01-10T12:24:22+00:00

    Answer:

    There isn’t really a good explanation on how to find the y=intercept if you don’t have a graph or coordinates from a graph so i can actually help you.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    You would use your, y=mx+b form. so y=14x+b, now you plug in your y and your x from that formula and continue to find b.

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