# Geometrical Representation

Hello, Could you please explain the quiz question as well as answer which is coming under section 1 (**Linear Regression**) * Geometrical representation of the linear regression model.* Thanks

would be great if someone answer to this.

The slope of the regression line would be 1. This is because the coefficient of x in the regression equation is 1. The slope of a regression line represents the change in the dependent variable for every unit change in the independent variable. In this case, for every unit increase in x, y increases by 1 unit.

**Let me give a simple explanation :-**

If you look at the equation given * y = 6 + x*, the formula is

**, So**

*y = b0 + b1 * x***b0**is

**6**and

**b1**is

**1**. (

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*y = 6 + (1) * x*as we already know that b1 is the slope, answer would be *1*

by the way,

the coefficients are:

* b0* - the value of y when x is 0, also called as y-intercept and

*- the coefficient of x representing the slope of the regression line*

**b1**