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What is the slope of the line represented by the equation y = x – 3?

 Mar 9, 2020
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The equation \(y = x - 3\) is in the form \(y = mx + b\)

In this form, \(m\) represents the slope of the line and \(b\) represents the y-intercept, which in this case is \(-3\). Since \(m\) is not visible here, \(m = 1\), because the equation \(y = 1x - 3\) is the same as the equation \(y = x - 3\).

 

The slope of this line is \(1\)

I hope this is helpful.

--Catarina

 Mar 9, 2020

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