Question

Graph the line with the given slope and y-intercept. slope=4, y-intercept=-3

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1 of 2The equation of a line with slope $m$ and $y-$intercept $c$ is given by,

$y=mx+c$

Here, the slope is $m=4$ and the $y-$intercept is $c=-3$. This implies that the equation of line will be,

$y=4x+(-3)=4x-3$

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