Mathematics

Question

if slope is 3/5 and y = -2 what is it in slope intercept form

2 Answer

  • Answer:

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Slope m = 3/5 and

    intercept at y = -2

    And y = mx + c

    y = 3/5x + (-2)

    y = 3/5x - 2

    Multiply each term by 5

    5y = 3x - 10

  • Answer: y=3/5x-2

    Remember the model equation for slope intercept form. It is y=mx+b. Now let’s write what each letter is for

    m-slope
    x-variable
    b-y-intercept

    We know that the slope is 3/5. Let’s substitute that into the model equation. Now it is y=3/5x+b

    Your question also said that the y-intercept is -2. Let’s substitute that in for b.

    Your final equation is y=3/5x-2

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