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write the slope of a line that is parallel to each line 3x+y=10

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    please answer

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    solve for y via \[y=-3x+10\] so your slope is...

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    Satellite, after your done with this can you come back to my question..I have questions

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    what is the slope?

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    -3?

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    yes it is -3

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    why is it negative?

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    because if you solve for y you have to subtract 3x from both sides

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    its a negative because you subract 3 on both sides

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    ok, so what would be the answer to this? y=-x+2

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    would it be 2?

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    here

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    http://openstudy.com/#/updates/4eaf48e0e4b0cb9176218c1e

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    no your slope in that case would be -1 visualize \[y=-1x+2\]

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