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        The Slope of line, y = x – 3 is 1.

        Explanation :
        the standard equation of the line in the slope-y intercept form is y = m.x + c
        where,
        m is slope of the line
        c is the y-intercept of line

        By comparing the above equation with standard form
        y = (1)x – 3

        Therefore, the Slope of line, y = x – 3 is 1.

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