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Where does the 'm' come from in y=mx+c
In y=mx+c, I know that 'm' stands for the gradient of the straight line and the 'c' stands for the y intercept, but why 'm' and 'c'???
Re: Where does the 'm' come from in y=mx+c
Why did the vector cross the road?
It wanted to be normal.