Mathematics

OpenStudy (anonymous):
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OpenStudy (confluxepic):
Ok.

OpenStudy (anonymous):
Rewrite each equation in slope-intercept form. Graph each line.
23. -4x+6y=18

OpenStudy (anonymous):
do think you could help me? not with the graphing just the first part

OpenStudy (confluxepic):
Yes.

OpenStudy (anonymous):
okay how would I rewrite -4x+6y=18 in slope-intercept form?

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OpenStudy (confluxepic):
The slope-intercept form is y=mx+b. Try to put y to one side.

OpenStudy (confluxepic):
6y=4x+18
Divide by 6.
y=4/6x+3

OpenStudy (confluxepic):
\[y=\frac{ 4 }{ 6 }x+3\]

OpenStudy (anonymous):
thank you sorry I didn't realize you replied I went to get something for dinner

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OpenStudy (antonio_xx2):
solve for "y", and put everything else on the right side
so it looks like "y = mx + b

OpenStudy (anonymous):
do you mind helping me with 1 more? 3y+x=5
wouldn't that be y=3x+1?

OpenStudy (anonymous):
@antonio_xx2 ty :)

OpenStudy (antonio_xx2):
ur wellcome:)

OpenStudy (anonymous):
@antonio_xx2 so if my next question is 3y+x=5 wouldn't that be y=3x+1?

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OpenStudy (confluxepic):
3y=-x+5
Divide by 3.
y=-1/3x+5/3

OpenStudy (confluxepic):
\[y=-\frac{ 1 }{ 3 }x+\frac{ 5 }{ 3 }\]

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OpenStudy (anonymous):
@confluxepic ty :)!

OpenStudy (confluxepic):
You're welcome.