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1-68.

You could use *y* = *mx*+*b* form. The slope and *y*-intercept are easy to see.

Or you could use point-slope form of a line.

Notice that this is a translation of *y* = *x*^{2}.

1-68.

You could use *y* = *mx*+*b* form. The slope and *y*-intercept are easy to see.

Or you could use point-slope form of a line.

Notice that this is a translation of *y* = *x*^{2}.