The line equation in slope-intercept form is ,

where *m* is the slope and *b* is the *y*-intercept.

Calculate the slope,

*m* =

= (Substitute )

** **= (Divide: )

= (Product of two same signs is positive)

The line crosses the *y*-axis at (0, 2). So the *y*-intercept is 2.

Substitute *m* = 3 and *b* = 2 in slope-intercept form line equation.

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The slope-intercept form of the line equation is .

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