Write each of the equations in slope intercept form
Thank you for the opportunity to help you with your question!
There are no equations in your question However, I can tell you how to write equations in slope-intercept form.
y=mx+b is always the form.
So if you have an equation that is not specifically solved for y then it is not in the correct form.
Here is an example.
Add 6x to both sides of the equation so that the y term is alone on the left side of the equation.
3y=6x+18 The x terms have cancelled one another. Now divide by 3 on both sides of the equation to get y isolated.
Now the equation is in slope intercept form because y is isolated and looks like y=mx+b the proper form.
An equation is 5x+2y=-10
5x+2y=-10 Subratct 5x from both sides of the equation. This is to move 5x to the right side.
2y=-5x-10 because the x terms on the left side cancel one another.
Now divide both sides by 2 to get y isolated (aka alone)
y=-5x/2 - 5
The -5/2 does not reduce that is why it stays in the same fraction form.
Content will be erased after question is completed.
Enter the email address associated with your account, and we will email you a link to reset your password.
Forgot your password?