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Write the inequality in slope-intercept form: 9x+3y=>-12

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\[9x+3y \ge-12\]
slope intercept formk is y=mx+b
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put that into y=mx+b and there is ur answer sorry but I cant help u any more than that idk how to do it i just kno that y=mx+b is slope intercept form.
i dont understand how you put them into the equation
idk eather sorry that is all I kno...
manipulate the variables so that y is the only thing on one side of the equation.
y>-3x-4
Solve this like a normal equation for y. 9x+3y≥−12. 9x+3y=−12 so you subtract 9x from both sides. 3y=-12-9x then divide by 3. y=(−12-9x)/3 then simplify. y=-12/3-9x/3 getting y=-4-3x and just rearrange it a little bit. y=-3x-4. and add back the inequality \[y \ge -3x-4\]
9x+3y>-12 -9x -9x 3y>-9x-12 /3 /3 y>-9x/3-12/3

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