Q: What is the answer to y-3x 4 with the point of 6-2?

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If you mean: y = 3x+4 then the slope is 3 and the y intercept is 4

If you mean: y = 3x-4 then it is a straight line equation whose slope is 3 and its y intercept is -4

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248/4 = 62 so 62 x 4 = 248

Without any equality signs and a missing plus or minus sign the given expressions can't be solved as in an equation.

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If you mean: y=3x-4 and the point (2, 1) then the perpendicular equation is 3y=-x+5

This equation is incomplete, and to solve for two variables, you need two equations. So there is no "answer" for this.

If you mean: y = 3x+4 then the slope is 3 and the y intercept is 4

If you mean: y = 3x-4 then it is a straight line equation whose slope is 3 and its y intercept is -4

There can be no solution because there is just an expression - no equation nor inequality.

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It is: 4+62 = 66

No - a smaller number can never be a multiple of a number, only a factor. But 4 is not a factor of 62, either.

62/4 = 15.5

62 - 4 = 58

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