What is the equation (y=mx+c)actually means?

Asked by  | 22nd May, 2012, 08:03: PM

Expert Answer:

It represents equation of a line. Where 'Y' represents coordinate for y axis, m is the slope which can be calculated by dy/dx or (y2 - y1)/(x2 - x1). 'X' is for x coordinate and c represents the intercept.

Answered by  | 22nd May, 2012, 11:48: PM

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