To change the equation into slope-intercept form, we write it in the form **y=mx+b** .

## In respect to this, 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 view, how do you convert point slope to slope intercept?