Type a math problem
Solve for m (complex solution)
Steps for Solving Linear Equation
Swap sides so that all variable terms are on the left hand side.
Reorder the terms.
The equation is in standard form.
Divide both sides by .
Dividing by undoes the multiplication by .
Divide by .
Solve for x (complex solution)
Steps for Solving Linear Equation
Swap sides so that all variable terms are on the left hand side.
Divide both sides by .
Dividing by undoes the multiplication by .
Divide by .
Solve for b
Solution Steps
Reorder the terms.
Solve for m
Steps for Solving Linear Equation
Swap sides so that all variable terms are on the left hand side.
Reorder the terms.
The equation is in standard form.
Divide both sides by .
Dividing by undoes the multiplication by .
Divide by .
Solve for x
Steps for Solving Linear Equation
Swap sides so that all variable terms are on the left hand side.
Divide both sides by .
Dividing by undoes the multiplication by .
Divide by .
Solve for y
Steps for Solving Linear Equation
Subtract from both sides.
Reorder the terms.
Divide both sides by .
Dividing by undoes the multiplication by .
Divide by .
Graph
\left(-m\right)x=b-y
Swap sides so that all variable terms are on the left hand side.
-mx=-y+b
Reorder the terms.
\left(-x\right)m=b-y
The equation is in standard form.
\frac{\left(-x\right)m}{-x}=\frac{b-y}{-x}
Divide both sides by -x.
m=\frac{b-y}{-x}
Dividing by -x undoes the multiplication by -x.
m=-\frac{b-y}{x}
Divide b-y by -x.
\left(-m\right)x=b-y
Swap sides so that all variable terms are on the left hand side.
\frac{\left(-m\right)x}{-m}=\frac{b-y}{-m}
Divide both sides by -m.
x=\frac{b-y}{-m}
Dividing by -m undoes the multiplication by -m.
x=-\frac{b-y}{m}
Divide b-y by -m.
b=\left(-m\right)x+y
b=-mx+y
Reorder the terms.
\left(-m\right)x=b-y
Swap sides so that all variable terms are on the left hand side.
-mx=-y+b
Reorder the terms.
\left(-x\right)m=b-y
The equation is in standard form.
\frac{\left(-x\right)m}{-x}=\frac{b-y}{-x}
Divide both sides by -x.
m=\frac{b-y}{-x}
Dividing by -x undoes the multiplication by -x.
m=-\frac{b-y}{x}
Divide b-y by -x.
\left(-m\right)x=b-y
Swap sides so that all variable terms are on the left hand side.
\frac{\left(-m\right)x}{-m}=\frac{b-y}{-m}
Divide both sides by -m.
x=\frac{b-y}{-m}
Dividing by -m undoes the multiplication by -m.
x=-\frac{b-y}{m}
Divide b-y by -m.
-y=\left(-m\right)x-b
Subtract b from both sides.
-y=-mx-b
Reorder the terms.
\frac{-y}{-1}=\frac{-mx-b}{-1}
Divide both sides by -1.
y=\frac{-mx-b}{-1}
Dividing by -1 undoes the multiplication by -1.
y=mx+b
Divide -mx-b by -1.