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What is the slope of a line parallel to the line with equation 5x – 2y = 11? thank you please help me!!

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    yes

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    same slope

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    umm @Chlorophyll i dont

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    5/2

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    m=5/2

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    thank u @sarena and @jishan

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    ok dear

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    u welcome

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    The equation is in standard form. you have to put it in slope intercept form to find the slope. First you move the x over. -2y=-5x+11. Then divide everything by -2 to solve for y. y=-5/-2x+11/-2. The slope is 5/2.

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    thank u so much @mathgirl73 fan me

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    @sarena and @jishan fan me

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    No problem!

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    very good girl

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    u too

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    okay ♥'s

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    very thanks to alllllllllllll.

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    your welcome

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    u welcome dear

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    thankssssssssssss.

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