What is the slope and point of intersection for the equation?
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The slope of an equation of the form `y=mx+b` is given by the coefficient of x. The y-intercept is given by `y=b` .
In this case, we have `y=3/50 x` , so this means that `m=3/50` and `b=0` .
This means that the slope is `m=3/50` and the y-intercept is (0,0).
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