hreeg97
find the slope and y-intercept of the equation: 4x-3y=-6
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hartnn
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can u isolate y from that equation ?
hreeg97
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yes
hartnn
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so what do u get ? y=.... ?
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4/3x+2 ???
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yup,
now y= mx+c has slope =m and y-intercept = c
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In this equation you are trying to find y.
So
4x-3y=-6
Subtract 4x from both sides then you get
-3y=-4x-6
Then divide -3 from both sides then you get your answer of
y=-4x-6/-3
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so what will be slope of y= (4/3) x + 2