# math,algebra

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what is a real-life situation that follwos a linear equation, withthe independent variables being years. What would the slope say about the future years.

Wood growth in a forest vs time.

Wood growth = m * time

can you help me understand i don't get still what am i suppost to do and the example you've provided for me. I don't understand why is this so difficult.

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