We can use the skills of solving for a variable to change any linear equation into slope-intercept form. All that is required is that we solve for \( y \) then arrange them so that the term with \( x \) in it comes first.

- Linear equation = an equation that is a straight line when graphed

Convert Any Linear Equation to Slope-Intercept Form of a Line

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Remember, the key to converting a linear equation to slope-intercept form is to solve for \( y \) using the tools we learned in PC 101 Weeks 11 and 12. Solving for a variable is used when analyzing data.

## Additional Resources

- Khan Academy: Converting to Slope-Intercept Form (05:07 mins, Transcript)

### Practice Problems

**Change the following equations into the slope-intercept form of a line:**

1. \({\text{y}}+14=-4{\text{x}}\) (

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