# SOLUTION: How could I create a slope-intercept form if I am given this information: x int = 3, y int = 2. The only equation I could find to use was y-2 = m(x-3). Is this the correct form t

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 Question 11867: How could I create a slope-intercept form if I am given this information: x int = 3, y int = 2. The only equation I could find to use was y-2 = m(x-3). Is this the correct form to use?Found 2 solutions by askmemath, Kelsi:Answer by askmemath(368)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!That is correct!! m is the slope of the line.The points that you have written area called the intercepts.Hence the name! Answer by Kelsi(2)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!ok yes that is the right eqution to use to find the slope intercept form. just plug in your x and y into thier spots and work out the problem from there. then if your teacher wishes you to put it in standard form re arrange to wear the problem resembles this: Ax + By = C (a and b being your numbers) from thier you should beable to figure it out! hope ive helped you!