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what is the slope of y = x + 3 and y = -3x + 4
 Feb 5, 2021

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since both of those are in the form y = mx + b, the slope would just be the "m" coefficient.

 

the slope of y = x + 3 would be 1, and the slope of y = -3x + 4 would be -3. 

 

 

hope this helped! please correct me if i am wrong:)

 Feb 5, 2021
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since both of those are in the form y = mx + b, the slope would just be the "m" coefficient.

 

the slope of y = x + 3 would be 1, and the slope of y = -3x + 4 would be -3. 

 

 

hope this helped! please correct me if i am wrong:)

macar0ni Feb 5, 2021

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