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 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 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 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 »

What is the boiling point and freezing point of gold?

Gold is a transition metal with a boiling point of approximately 2,807 degrees Celsius, or 5,084 degrees Fahrenheit. Its freezing point (and melting point) is approximately 1,064 degrees Celsius, o... Read More »