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# Gradient of the line y -4x plus 3 is?

Updated: 4/28/2022

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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)

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### How do you write the equation of the line with y-intercept equals 1 and parallel to y equals 4x-3?

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