Linear equations in slope-intercept form are equations of the form y = mx + b. The ‘m’ in this equation represents the slope, and the ‘b’ is the y-intercept. Using this form, you can easily write linear equations that represent lines on a graph. The following worksheet provides you with a free, printable PDF for writing linear equations in slope-intercept form.

### Step-by-Step Guide

- Identify the initial value (y-intercept) from a table, graph, equation, or verbal description.
- Find the slope by “counting” how the y-values change per one “count” of the x-values. The slope is the number of “counts” of the y-values per one “count” of the x-values.
- Once you have the slope and the y-intercept, write the equation in the standard form y = mx + b. Here, â€˜mâ€™ is the slope and ‘b’ is the y-intercept.

The following worksheet contains practice problems to help you gain a better understanding of working with linear equations in slope-intercept form. You can also use the worksheet to practice writing linear equations in slope-intercept form from tables, graphs, equations, and verbal descriptions.

### Download the Worksheet Here

You can download the worksheet on writing linear equations in slope-intercept form for free from the link below.

Concept 7: Writing Linear Equations Worksheet

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