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    What's the slope of the line y+6=-5/8(x-3), x/5+y/7=1, -8x +6y=8+9y, 9x-8y=6, and y=5/3x-3?

    Formula: Y=Mx+b


    slope = M, any # infront of x


    y-intercept = b, where the line crosses the y-axis on a graph

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    You need to do your own homework one day you may need this formula to save your life http://www.prenhall.com/divisions/esm/protect/ir_blitzer_tm/ch07.pdf
    Klee Miller

    Iv already done 95 questions, im just stuck on these ones.
    Deleted User

    That PDF should explain it ..


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