Say that your equation is y=4x-2y=6 how do you find the slope??

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Say that your equation is y=4x-2y=6 how do you find the slope??

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Are you sure there are two equal signs?
No the =6 was on a different problem
So, the equation is actually y=4x-2y?

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Alright! So, slope-intercept form, a common way to see a line is: \[y=mx+b\] You have to solve the equation so it is in this form. y and x being coordinates, b being the y-intercept and m being the slope. We start by moving the -2y over to the side that already has a y. Now, you have \[3y=4x\]. Then, you divide the 3 from both sides and you should get \[y=4/3x\] Looking back at our slope intercept form, 4/3 is the slope and the y intercept is 0. Does that make sense?
Yes thanks for the help can i ask you a few more questions?
Of course. I will do my best.
What does it mean when you derive slope from two coordinate pairs that are on a line?
I would assume it is referring to the slope formula: \[y_{2}-y_{1} \div x _{2}-x_{1} = m\] Can you give me the pairs of coordinates? Or is it asking in general?
Its asking in general...
Okay. Well, that formula up there is how it is done. You see, two coordinates: \[(x_{1},x_{2})\] and \[(x_{2},y_{2})\] fit right into that formula!
An example: (3,4) and (2,5) would have the slope: (5-4)/(2-3) = 1/-1 = -1.
Ok thanks

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