Diana97

What is the slope of the line 2x - 5y = -10?
-5/2
5/2
2/5
-2/5
none of the above

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Lulu212

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First you have to set it up in y=mx+b form

saifoo.khan

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Solve for y.
You will get something like:
y = mx + b
After comparing you will see that "m" is the slope.

waterineyes

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Slope is given by negative of x coefficient divided by y coefficient...

Diana97

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is equal to c

waterineyes

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Where??

Diana97

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2/5

Diana97

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im righ or wrong

Diana97

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plz

Lulu212

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im pretty sure your right because -2/-5 id 2/5 so yes your right

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Absolutely right..

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Remember when you are given with one equation of Line:
That is : \(ax + by = c\)
Then,
\[Slope = \frac{- (coefficient \; of \;x)}{Coefficient \; of \; y}\]

Diana97

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thank u

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no problem