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slope = 4/5

y intercept = 1

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y equals 3x plus 3 is slope intercept form.




7x is still the slope, no matter what x equals.


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Well I think that slope is rise over run or y over x.So if y= -6+3 or -3 than the slope should be -3/x


slope = coefficient of x = -4


y = 3x + 6slope = 3


The slope is 1 and the y intercept is 2




Yes. You can tell that by looking at the slope. The slope of the first equation is +1 and the slope of the second equation is -1. That makes them perpendicular.


Do you mean: 1/3x+2 = y if so then the slope is 1/3 and the y intercept is 2


If: y = -2/3x+2 then the slope is -2/3 and the y intercept is 2


It is: y = -0.4x+1 when in slope intercept form.


The slope of -x plus 6y is equals to 12 is said to be (2 + 1/6x).



The slope of y is -3x, hope that help


slope is -4/5 or -0.8 and there is no y intercept


the slope of the line is -2 over 1 or -2 because the equation is in slope intercept form. Where y=mx+b. M is refered to as the slope and b is the y intercept.


Assuming y = -2x + 1; -2 is the slope.




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