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A line has a slope of -3 and a y-intercept of 4. Is the equation of the line a direct variation equation?

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  1. Mashy Group Title
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    use y=mx+ c, m being the slope.. and c being the intercept!

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    No. The equation for a line is given by \[y = mx+b\] y can't vary with m or b directly. (y+b) and m can, however.

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    the answer is no.

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    I meant: (y-b) and m can vary.

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