## dmezzullo 2 years ago Identify the correct slope and y-intercept of the equation 5x - 3y = -6 slope = -5; y-intercept = (0, -6) slope = five thirds; y-intercept = (0, 2) slope = -three fifths; y-intercept = (0, 2) slope = five thirds; y-intercept = (0, -6)

1. dmezzullo

@AnissaTralee Halp?

2. dmezzullo

@ChemicalX

3. AnissaTralee

Idkk , im stupidd..

4. dmezzullo

@mikala1

5. mikala1

dang i dont know this my teacher let me cheat for this module

6. dmezzullo

@ParthKohli

7. ParthKohli

Get this equation in the form:\[y = \cdots\]

8. dmezzullo

Huh?

9. ParthKohli

Solve for \(y\) in the equation you're given...

10. dmezzullo

@terryluce06

11. dmezzullo

@EmoLover3

12. dmezzullo

@ParthKohli I forgot how to solve can u show me how?

13. ParthKohli

Look, you just get \(y\) on the left side and the rest of the junk on another as I told you earlier.

14. dmezzullo

terry plz delete ur comment

15. dmezzullo

ok @ParthKohli

16. terryluce06

fine the answer is A there happy

17. ParthKohli

@terryluce06 Are you sure

18. terryluce06

yes i just did a test with the same question

19. dmezzullo

well im not doin the test im doin somethin else

20. terryluce06

oh well its still the answer...

21. dmezzullo

guys jus forget bout this i'll figure it out myself