This tutorial shows how to identify the slope and yintercept given the formula y=mx+b. In this formula m is always going to be the slope and b is always going to be the yintercept. Therefore if your given a problem like the one displayed in this video: y= 8/3x + 9, the slope would be 8/3 and the yintercept would be 9. When given these problems all you have to do is match the given numbers to the formula to find the slope and yintercept.
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