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# Write the equation of a line with slope m = 6 and including point (0, 1).

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Answer:y = 6x + 1Step-by-step explanation:linear equations (straight line) are expressed in the following general form:y = mx + b, where m is the gradient and b is the y-ordinate of the point where the line crosses the y-axis (called the y-intercept)Given : m = 6 we realize that point (0,1) is actually on the y-axis (i.e x=0), therefore this is coincidentally the y-intercept. Hence b = 1Therefore the whole equation isy = 6x + 1