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Eulah443
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Find the slope of the line determined by the equation 2x=y

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ilovekyleshope

The slope is 2 or 2/1

aileekeenan3

The slope is "2" (or "[latex] \frac{2}{1} [/latex]" . _____________________________________ Explanation:  When a linear equation is in "slope-intercept format"; that is, ____________________   y = mx + b ;   ________________   "m" (the coefficient of "x" (the slope); and "b = the y-intercept. _________________________ We are given the equation: ___________________________ "2x = y";  which can be written as: ↔  "y = 2x" ;        which is in "slope-intercept form", in the sense that: y = 2x + 0 ;  (b = 0) . _____________________________________________________                                            y = mx + b;  m = 2, or 2/1, which is the slope, which is Δy/Δy, which is rise/run, which is our answer. _________________________________________

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