## Likewise, how do I find slope and y-intercept?

Using the “slope-intercept” form of the line’s equation (**y = mx + b**), you solve for b (which is the y-intercept you’re looking for). Substitute the known slope for m, and substitute the known point’s coordinates for x and y, respectively, in the slope-intercept equation. That will let you find b.

Keeping this in consideration, how do you convert an equation into standard form? The standard form for linear equations in two variables is

**Ax+By=C**. For example, 2x+3y=5 is a linear equation in standard form. When an equation is given in this form, it’s pretty easy to find both intercepts (x and y).## Beside this, how do you convert point-slope to slope intercept?

## How do you turn an equation into Y MX B?

## What is standard form slope?

Standard form is another way to write slope-intercept form (as opposed to y=mx+b). It is written as **Ax+By=C**. You can also change slope-intercept form to standard form like this: Y=-3/2x+3. A, B, C are integers (positive or negative whole numbers) No fractions nor decimals in standard form. …