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What is the slope of the line given by the equation below? y = 6/5x

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Since slope is the coefficeint of x, in this case, what do you think?
if iwould have new what to do dont you think iwould have done it
Take a wild guess according to my information :-)

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according to your old question "What is the slope of the line given by the equation below? y = -7x" the same solution given to you,implies here
your slope is there in the equation
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Honestly if u can't figure it out using the ones done for you already,i wont do this one because you are not learning
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i only solve complicated problems like calculus and some algebra
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the slope of your line is the derivative of y with respect to x, for all x in the set of real numbers :D

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