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Asked Dec 11, 2019
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a. find the slope of the line represented by the equation y=2x +3.

b. make a table of x and y values for the equation y=2x+3. how is the slope related to the table entries?

 

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Expert Answer

Step 1

Part (a)

Given:

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y =2x +3 We know the standard form of slope equation is, y = mx + c ,where 'm' is slope .[2] Now, comparing the equation [1]with [2], we get m= 2 The slope of the line y =2x +3is 2.

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Step 2

Part [b]:

For equation y = 2x +3

Put x = 0, then

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y = 2(0)+3 y = 0+3 y = 3

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Put x = 1, ...

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y = 2(1) +3 y = 2+3 y = 5

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