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The linear equations of y=-x+5 and y=.5x+2. The x's are variables.

In mathematics, a linear equation is a type of equation. In a linear equation, both terms have to be constant. A linear equation is the equation of a straight line. This type of equation is written in the form:

y = mx + b

or (y - y1) = m(x - x1)

where : m = the rate of change, or slope.

The slope is how fast the line moves up or down. Larger numbers will make the slope steeper.  view more...



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