Q: How do you find the slope of a line with the equation y equals 3?

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The equation for the slope of a line is y=mx+b

5

The slope is -0.2

An equation of a line requires two parameters. The slope, by itself, is not enough.

The slope is 5.

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The equation for the slope of a line is y=mx+b

The equation has no slope. The graph of the equation is a straight line with a slope of -1 .

-36

Which of the following is the point-slope equation of the line with a slope equals -4 and a point of -2 3?

Slope = 4

23

5

what is the slope of the line that has the equation 4x+2y=12?

The slope of the graph of that equation is -1.

Slope = 3

The slope is -0.2

An equation of a line requires two parameters. The slope, by itself, is not enough.