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New member
Hi Ted, Your site is amazing and will be helpful to my Algebra students. I just have one question. On your page about direct variation, there was a sentence that said " The equation y = kx is a special case of linear equation (y=mx+b) where the slope equals 0." Instead of "slope equals zero" shouldn't that be y-int = 0? Thanks,


New member
Not Ted, but yes, that is clearly what was intended.


Super Moderator
Thanks for reporting this typo; it's fixed.