How do I write the equation in slope-intercept?

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ipesuni
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We have the x intercept as (6,0)

y-intercept =(0,2)

Rise =2-0=2

Run=0-6=-6

Slope of the line,m=Rise/Rune=change in y/change in x =(2-0)/(0-6)=-1/3 

The y-intercept of the line is c=2

Equation of the line in slope intercept form is y=mx+c

m=slope of the line

c=y-intercept

For the above line

m=-1/3

c=2

Substitute the value in the above line equation


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