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Here we have an application that let's you change the ** slope** and

This is an EZ Math Movie. Click the
** 'Show system'** checkbox to expose the
EZ Math Movie language. You do not have to understand EZ Math Movie to use
this application.

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The formula ** y = mx + b** is said to be a

One could express this as a formal function definition with notation such as:

f(x) = mx + b

Since we will be graphing (x, y) points, though, we will do our thinking
with the *'** y = mx + b*' form for a while.

When the function for a line is expressed this way, we call it the
** 'slope-intercept form'**.

The slope of the line is the variable **m**.

The slope describes the slant of the line.

By ** 'intercept'** we mean

The y-intercept is the point where the line crosses the y-axis.

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