Margie Marx

2021-12-26

How do you calculate the slope, x intercept, and y intercept of the following equation: $f\left(x\right)=-6x-3$?

Becky Harrison

Expert

slope $=-6$
y intercept $=-3$
x intercept $=-\frac{1}{2}$
Explanation:
the slope is the number before the x, so
slope $=-6$
the y intercept in the number added, so
y intercept $=-3$
the x intercept is where the line crosses the x axis, so its

Edward Patten

Expert

The slope of $f\left(x\right)=-6x-3$ is $-6$ and intercept on $y$ -axis is $-3$.
Explanation:
The equation is already in slope intercept form $y=mx+c$, where $m$ is slope and $c$ is intecept on $y$ axis.
Hence, the slope of $f\left(x\right)=-6x-3$ is $-6$ and intercept on $y$ -axis is $-3$.

Vasquez

Expert

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