​What is the slope of the line with equation -4x - 2y = 4?

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What is the slope of the line with equation -4x - 2y = 4?

Mar 19th, 2015

Standard form of line with slop:

Y = mX + c

Where m is slope and c is y intercept

-4X- 2Y = 4

-2Y = 4X + 4

Y = (4X + 4 ) /(-2)

Y = -2X -2

value of m = -2

Slope = -2

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