Q: The gradient of the line is y equals -4 x plus 3 is?

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A straight line, passing through the point (0,5) with a gradient of -3.

Rearranging the original equation, we get y=-(2/3)x+12. Since 12 is the constant, this is the point that the line of this equation will cut the y-axis if x=0. Therefore, -(2/3) is the gradient and for an equation to produce a parallel line, the gradient must be equal. Summing up, y=-(2/3)+c (where c equals any real number) would be parallel

" y equals 4 equals 3 " is a mathematically meaningless statement, that doesn't lend itself to any standard operations or productive discussion.

It equals to the equation of a straight line.

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Zero, the line is parallel to the x-axis at a distance 4+3 = 7

A straight line, passing through the point (0,5) with a gradient of -3.

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If you mean y = -4x+3 then the gradient of the line is -4 and the y intercept is 3

An equation such as y = mx + c is said to be in standard form. From such an equation, Gradient = coefficient of x = 3

Gradient (slope) = 6

y = 2x + 3 is LINEAR. It is a straight line graph with a steepness/gradient of '2' ( The 'x' coefficient). The line passes through the y-axis at '3'

The one which shows a straight line with a positive gradient of 3 and crossing the y axis at 2.

y=-4x + 3 or generally y=mx + b so m, or gradient = -4

The slope (or gradient) of a vertical or horizontal line is zero.

3y = -5x+2 y = -5/3x+2/3 The gradient is -5/3 and the y intercept is 2/3