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WILL GIVE MEDAL & FAN. What is the slope of the line given to the equation below?
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anonymous
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which equation missy?
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anonymous
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I think it's just x but idk :)

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anonymous
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Do you know what is the meaning of slope?
anonymous
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y=mx + b ? :)
anonymous
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because the general equation of a linear graph is y=mx+b m is the 'slope' and 'b' is the y-intercept
anonymous
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thats not what i meant :P.. i wanted meaning of a slope.. but yes.. that equation is like a general equation of a line in slope intercept form so y = mx +b... now compare that to y =x what is m and what is b?
anonymous
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Yeah so it's just 1 not x? :) @Chelsea04
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
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They're intercepts ? @Mashy
anonymous
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m is the slope b is the y-intercept
anonymous
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Thanks!!
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yup!

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