Yacoub1993
  • Yacoub1993
Solve the equation for y. Then graph the equation. 5x – 4y = 12 A. y = -5/4x - 3 B. y = 4/5x + 3 C. y = 5/4x - 3 D. y = -4/5x + 3
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anonymous
  • anonymous
take the terms of x on right side first
anonymous
  • anonymous
do it asap
Yacoub1993
  • Yacoub1993
-4y=12-5x

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anonymous
  • anonymous
divide both sides by -4
anonymous
  • anonymous
tell me wat u got
Yacoub1993
  • Yacoub1993
i got y=\[\frac{ 12-5x }{-4 }\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
check wid the options u hav mentioned asap
anonymous
  • anonymous
asap
Yacoub1993
  • Yacoub1993
\[\frac{ -4y }{-4 }=\frac{ 12-5x }{-4 }\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
perform the division quickly
Yacoub1993
  • Yacoub1993
didnt get from here
Yacoub1993
  • Yacoub1993
@manishsatywali i didt get it from here Any Idea
anonymous
  • anonymous
|dw:1359462679400:dw|
Yacoub1993
  • Yacoub1993
still have no idea how this works
anonymous
  • anonymous
tell me where u stuck??????
Yacoub1993
  • Yacoub1993
calculating the equation u gave me
Yacoub1993
  • Yacoub1993
from were did u get the cube beside \[\frac{ 12^{3} }{ -4 }\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's nt the cube dear see the fig. i m redrawing it ....i hav cancelled 12 from 4 since 4*3 =12|dw:1359463192376:dw|
Yacoub1993
  • Yacoub1993
ok then
Yacoub1993
  • Yacoub1993
OK IS IT \[y=3-\frac{ 5 }{ 4 }x\]
Yacoub1993
  • Yacoub1993
sory like this is correct right\[y=-\frac{ 5 }{ 4 }-3\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
u forget x mention it
Yacoub1993
  • Yacoub1993
\[y=-\frac{ 5 }{ 4 }x-3\]
Yacoub1993
  • Yacoub1993
correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
yup as always...dear u got it right
Yacoub1993
  • Yacoub1993
thns buddy

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