# What is the slope of the line 4x + y = 3?

The slope of this line is $- 4$
So before we start finding the slope, we need it in slope form which is $y = m x + b$. So to do that, we need to subtract 4x from both sides which gives us:
$y = - 4 x + 3$
So whatever the number in font of the x is, that is the slope. The slope of this equation is $- 4$