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Please check....... convert to slope intercept form

+4x 4x
= 1 1/3

  • Pre-Algebra -

    I see
    +4x 4x
    = 1 1/3
    as mathematical gibberish, and it has nothing to do with the initial question.

    does this have something to do with
    which I answered.

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