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Okay .. Im working on Linear Equations and am VERY confused can someone help me solve this equation?
(Remember its : Linear Equation)
y=3x+4


Ok Gabby, this is a line with slope 3 and y intercept 4.
Have you seen how to graph lines yet?
(Incidentally, we can see it's linear, both the vaiables are degree one.)

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