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    SLOPE 4.2;YINTERCEPT(0,3.4)
    how to work this out
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobby77 View Post
    SLOPE 4.2;YINTERCEPT(0,3.4)
    how to work this out
    Standard form for the equation of a line is:

    y=mx+c,

    where m is the slope or gradient, and c is the y intercept. So in this
    case:

    y=4.2 x + 3.4

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