# how do you find a slope?

y=4x+3

slope = 4

standard form y = kx + b
answered Mar 8, 2011 by Level 3 User (2,140 points)
slope=mx+b. m is the slope and x is the variable of m. and b is the y-intercept of the line.
answered Feb 13, 2012 by anonymous
how do I find the slope for x-2y=4?
answered Feb 23, 2012 by anonymous
The equation you wrote is the standard form of a line: y = mx + b.

In this equation, m is the slope of the line and b is the y-intercept.

So the slope here is 4.
answered Apr 9, 2012 by (140 points)
what is the answer to this problem 9.5*10negative 6 in standard form?
answered Sep 4, 2012 by anonymous
What is the slope of the line through the points (-2, 7) and (3, -3)? m = _?_
answered Sep 25, 2012 by anonymous
In y-intercept form, y=mx+b, with m being the slope. Therefore, in the equation y=4x+b, the slope is 4.
answered Oct 31, 2012 by anonymous
what are the line segments
answered Nov 11, 2012 by anonymous

answered Dec 11, 2012 by anonymous
It's in standard form in which is y=mx+b. Therefore you take 4x and put a 1 under it to give you your slope. Which will be y=4x/1+3
answered Jan 4, 2013 by anonymous
what is perpendicular?
answered Apr 7, 2013 by anonymous
y= -x+3
answered Dec 9, 2013 by laimee
road with 12 m side alope 1in1 cut and1in3 fill ground cross fall in 1in 12
The slope is equal to the "m" and always remember the formula because this is the hint of the answers:

GIVEN; y=4x + 3

If the formula is: y= mx + b

then the slope is 4..
answered Feb 4 by Mechanical Eng. Sumalinog

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