# What is the slope of the linear equation y=13x+11?

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by hazelannequiapo

2014-12-06T08:44:20+08:00

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To find the slope of the equation, you must assign numbers for x and y.

y=13x+11
(Do it by trial and error.)

How about if x is 2?

13(2) + 11 = 37

So I will make x to 2 and y to 37. How about another one. How about x is 1?
13(1) +11=24
So here are the solutions I chose.
y=37, 24
x=2,  1
Here is the formula of finding the slope:
rise=y - another y  divided by run= x - another x
37-24=  13
2-1=       1

13/1 = 13
Therefore the slope of the equation is 13.
(Let me know if I have a mistake or all of this is a mistake.)

2014-12-06T08:59:09+08:00
The slope is 13
y= mx + b
m is the slope of the line