Is the -5.9 the negative slope term?
Standard linear equation is y = mx + b, where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept.
Exactly. My mind is still twisted around due to y = b+bx and not y=mx+b.
Y= b + bx??? Who taught you to use b in 2 different places???
Probably wears a clip-on tie, amirite???
I was lazy and didn’t type out b sub-zero (intercept) and b sub-one (slope).