Linear Equations I

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Stage 4 - Stage 5

What is the equation of the line L1 that has a gradient equal to $4$4, and cuts the $y$`y`-axis at $-5$−5.

$y=4x-5$`y`=4`x`−5

A

$y=4\left(x-5\right)$`y`=4(`x`−5)

B

$y=-5x+4$`y`=−5`x`+4

C

Easy

Less than a minute

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