Jacob902
  • Jacob902
What is the slope of a line that is parallel to y = 5x + 3?
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  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you have answer choices?
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
no i have to type it
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh I read the question wrong sorry. So with parallel, the slops will be the same.

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sammixboo
  • sammixboo
Well, we know the slopes would have to be the same, correct? AND The y-intercept (where the line starts at) has to be different. Do you know why?
anonymous
  • anonymous
*slopes
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
y=5x?
sammixboo
  • sammixboo
Hmm, let's have a y-intercept. We know we have to have the 5x in there (because it's the slope and the slopes have to be the same)
sammixboo
  • sammixboo
All you have to do for this question is change the 3 (the y-intercept) in y = 5x + 3 So fill in the blank y = 5x + _ OR y = 5x - _
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
i think the final answer is 5 am i right ?
sammixboo
  • sammixboo
Doesn't matter what number it is, as long as it isn't positive 3
sammixboo
  • sammixboo
So yes it can be y = 5x + 5 It can also be y = 5x - 13
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
i understand thanks

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