Find the slope and the y-intercept of the equation 2x − 3y = 6.
slope = 2/3 and y-intercept = −2
slope = −2/3 and y-intercept = −2
slope = 2/3 and y-intercept = 2
slope = −2/3 and y-intercept = 2
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Start by subtracting 2x from both sides
divide all by -3 what are you left with?
after you do all what @pooja195 wrote you should get this:
y=6/(-3) - 2/(-3)x
y=-2 + 2/3x
so the line you get has slope-intercept form equation: y=2/3x - 2
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