3x


x^2 + 9

 

I need to put that into slope formula of y=mx+b. That is all the infomation given.

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3x/(x^2+9) is not a linear expression (not a straight line) so cannot be put into linear form y=mx+b, as can be seen by the red line on the graph below.

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