How do you find the slope of #y=3+2 (x-1)#?

2 Answers
Aug 2, 2018

Answer:

The slope is 2.

Explanation:

This equation is in point-slope form, shown here:
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We know that the slope is the value multiplied by #(x-x_1)#, so in our equation the slope is 2 .

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Aug 2, 2018

Answer:

#2#

Explanation:

Recall point-slope form

#y-y_1=m(x-x_1)#, where #x_1# and #y_1# are points, and #m# is our slope.

We can subtract #3# from both sides to now get

#y-3=2(x-1)#

We see that our coefficient on the #x# term is #2#. This is our slope.

Hope this helps!