what is the equation of the line with a slope of 2/3 and a y-intercept of -3?

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The equation of the line with a slope of 2/3 and a y-intercept of -3 is y = 2/3x - 3 .

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what is the slope and the y-intercept for the line represented by this eqution? y=3/8x-13

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The slope and the y-intercept for the line represented by this eqution: y=3/8x-13 is slope = 3/8 , y-intercept = -13 .

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If it is Saturday, then Brandon will walk his dog. If Brandon is walking his dog, he will have his dog on a leash.
Based on the information above, which statement must be true?
A. If it is not Saturday, Brandon will not walk his dog.
B. If Brandon does not walk his dog, his dog will not be on a leash.
C. If it is Saturday, Brandon's dog will be on a leash.
D. If Brandon is walking his dog, it is Saturday.
**Weegy:** B. If Brandon does not walk his dog, his dog will not be on a leash.
Because If Brandon is walking his dog, he will have his dog on a leash. Otherwise his dog won't. (More)

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Updated 164 days ago|9/19/2023 10:37:25 AM

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Based on the given information:

- If it is Saturday, then Brandon will walk his dog.

- If Brandon is walking his dog, he will have his dog on a leash.

The statement that must be true is:

If it is Saturday, Brandon's dog will be on a leash.

- If it is Saturday, then Brandon will walk his dog.

- If Brandon is walking his dog, he will have his dog on a leash.

The statement that must be true is:

If it is Saturday, Brandon's dog will be on a leash.

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