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If you mean y = -4x+3 then the gradient of the line is -4 and the y intercept is 3

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When equation of line is y=-4x+3, Gradient is -4 (as seen from the coefficient of x) and the y-intercept is +3 (point where x=0)

y=-4x + 3 or generally y=mx + b so m, or gradient = -4

The gradient (slope) of 3y = 4x+5 is 4/33y = 4x+5y = 4/3x+5/3y=mx+c(m = gradient)mx+c = 4/3x+5/3m = 4/3

2y = 6 4x y=3 + 2x y= 2x + 3

-4x-2y = 3 -2y = 4x+3 y = -2x-1.5 which is the equation of a straight line

It is: y = 4x+3

parallel to y=4x-3 so they have the same gradient of 4 y intercept is positive 1 so y=4x+1

basically the reciprocal of the original lines gradient is going to be the gradient for the perpendicular line (remember the signs should switch). For example if i had a line with the gradient of 3, then the gradient of the perpendicular line will be -1over3. But if the line had the gradient of -3, then the line perpendicular to that line will have the gradient 1over3.

3/1

4x-y+3 = 0 -y = -4x-3 y = 4x+3 Therefore: the slope is 4 and the y intercept is 3

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4x^2 + 3