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Identify the correct slope and y-intercept of the equation 5x - 3y = -6

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solve for y
how do u
oh wait i remember

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y=2
nope, where did the x go?
i thought the x would equal 0 when u solve for x
i mean when u solve for y
no, start by subtracting 5x from both sides
5x -3y=-6
-3y=-6
5x -3y=-6 -5x = -5x ----------------- -3y =-6-5x
now divide both sides by -3
y=-5
the equation of a line is given by: y= mx +c where m is the gradient (slope) and C the y -intercept, rearrange your equation in this format and you'll get an answer. so 5x - 3y = -6 becomes -3y = -5x - 6 3y = 5x + 6 y = 5/3 x + 2 so whats your slope?
-6-5x ------ -3
-6/-3 - 5x/-3 =2 + 5/3x
number next to x is slope , other one is y intercept

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