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# Slope of a line Consider the line f (x ) =mx + b, whe and ## Problem 48E Chapter 3.1

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Problem 48E

Slope of a line? Consider th?e ?line f? (?x? ) =??mx + ?b, w?he? and ?b are constants. Sho? w? that??? ) = ?m?for all? . Interpret this result.

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SOLUTION STEP 1 (a). If f(x) = x then f (x) = nxn1 Given f(x) = mx+b,which is a linear function Therefore...

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