# How do you find the slope given y=4x+3?

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Recall the equation of a line is;

Comparing the equations;

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In the equation y = 4x + 3, the coefficient of x represents the slope. So, the slope is 4.

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The slope of the line given by the equation ( y = 4x + 3 ) is ( 4 ).

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