How to Change a Point-Slope Equation to a Slope-Intercept Equation?

Answer "Every fool is a prophet in his own land." This is another way of saying there's always another side to every story or situation. It's often the same in mathematics. The expression (-1/3) x (-9/3),... Read More »

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How to Change From Point-Slope to Standard?

Lines can have many different algebraic forms. The equation of a line is its linear equation. Two different linear equation forms include the point-slope form and the standard form. The point-slope... Read More »

How to Use Slope to Figure Out a Point on a Graph?

The slope of a line represents the rate of change. If the slope is large, the line increases quickly. A smaller slope represents a flatter line. A negative slope means the line is going down. In or... Read More »

How to Do Slope & Slope-Intercept Forms?

The algebraic formula y = mx + b represents a linear equation because you can use it to create a line on a graph. The formula tells several pieces of information, including the y-intercept, which i... Read More »

Why petrol has low flash point and high auto ignition point than diesel?

the higher self ignition temperature of the petrol is due to the low density than the diesel. as density = pressure / (R* temperature) R= universal gas constant. ex. hydrogen (gas) has density ... Read More »