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Identify the correct slope and y-intercept of the equation 5x - 3y = -6
slope = 5/3; y-intercept = (0, 2)
slope = -5; y-intercept = (0, -6)
slope = -3/5; y-intercept = (0, 2)
slope = 5/3; y-intercept = (0, -6)
I have know idea about this one I think it's B but for some reason this one really confuses me.
Use the distributive property to simplify the expression below:
-4(3u - 5)
-12u - 5
-12u + 20
-12u - 20
-12u + 9
I think it's B
Solve: 6x - 2 > 8x + 4
x > -3
x < -3
I think C.
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problem no. 2 and 3 are correct. Problem No. 1 is not
for problem no.1 you are given the equation of a line in the standard form which is
Ax + By = C
This you have to convert to Slope-Intercept Form which is
y = mx + b, where m = Slope and b = y-intercept.
Can you do that? Change the standard form to slope-intercept form.
I don't know I'm horrible at slopes could you help me a bit more?
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we are not doing anything with slopes per se. All you are doing is solving the given equation for y. You are given an equation 5x -3y = -6
This equation you have to solve for y. meaning you have to isolate the y and rewrite the whole equation as y = "something" . Can you do that?
Once you do that we can identify the slope and y-intercept from the resulting equation.
Okay thank you.
Would it be A?
for #1, you have to put it in " y = mx + b " form and m would be the slope and b would be the y-intercept.
Lets do that.....
5x - 3y = -6 (you want -3y on one side and everything else on the other side)
-3y = -5x - 6 (now you want to divide by -3 to get y by itself)
y = 5/3x + 2
slope being 5/3 and y-intercept being 2
-4(3u - 5)
you distribute the -4 through
-4 * 3y + -4 * -5 =
-12y + 20
6x - 2 > 8x + 4
you want to get the x's on one side, so first add 2 to both sides
6x - 2 + 2 > 8x + 4 + 2 (combine like terms
6x > 8x + 6 (now you want to subtract 8x from both sides)
6x - 8x > 8x - 8x + 6 (combine like terms)
-2x > 6 (now you have to divide by -2, keeping in mind when you divide by a negative, the inequality sign changes)
-2x/-2 < 6/-2
x < -3
any questions ?