# Slope-Intercept Form Examples

Lesson Objective
After learning about the slope-intercept form, let's see some examples on how to use it to draw the line of a linear equation.
The Slope-Intercept From of a line equation contains valuable information that can be used to quickly draw the line of the linear equation.

This lesson will show you on how to draw the line using slope and y-intercept of a line of the following equations:
1. y = -2x +3
2. 3y -2x = -6
You can proceed by reading the study tips first or watch the math video or try out the practice questions.

# Study Tips

Tip #1
This lesson involve some knowledge on Slope-Intercept Form of an equation of a line. You can recall it by watching the math video in this lesson.
Tip #2
An equation of a line given may not be in the Slope-Intercept Form.

Therefore, it is important to change it to Slope-Intercept Form (see picture) before we can draw the line.

For example, if the given equation of the line is:
2y - 6x = -4

The Slope-Intercept form for this line is:

y = 3x -2

Where m = 3 and y-intercept = -2

# Math Video

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Math Video Transcript

# Practice Questions & More

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
Now, let's try some MCQ questions to understand this lesson better.

You can start by going through the series of questions on Slope-Intercept or pick your choice of question below.
1. Question 1 on the changing an equation of a line into
Slope-Intercept Form
2. Question 2 on drawing a line by referring to the slope and
y-intercept of a line