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Q: What is The Slope Of -5x plus 3y equals plus 3?

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5x+3y

-5x + 6y = 24 6y = 5x + 24 y = 5/6 x + 4 the slope is 5 6

(3x+2y)*(5x-3y) =3x*5x + 3x*(-3y) + 2y*5x + 2y*(-3y) [This is sometimes called the FOIL method - You multiply the First members of each bracket, then the Outers, Inners, Lasts] = 15x2 - 9xy + 10xy - 6y2 = 15x2 + xy - 6y2

5x+4y = -3 4y = -5x-3 y = -5/4 x - 3 Slope is -5/4.

If: 5x+2y = 9 Then: y = -2.5x+4.5 in slope intercept form

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Slope = - 5/3

5x -3y = -6 -3y = -5x -6 y = 5/3x+2 in slope intercept form

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How do you add 2x plus 3y equals 18 in 5x-y equals 11

First, it would be beneficial to change the equation into slope-intercept form: (y = mx +b) 5x + 3y = 6 -5x -5x [add -5 to both sides] 3y = -5x+6 [divide everything by 3] y = -5/3x +2 Since "m" represents the slope, we can now see that the slope is equal to -5/3

This question is missing crucial information. Specifically the mathematical operators... as in +, -, x, /,=... and so on. POSSIBLE INTERPRETATIONS OF QUESTION: 5x-3y=6 ---> SLOPE= 5/3 5x+3y=6 ---> SLOPE= -5/3 5x*3y=6 ---> SLOPE= Not Applicable (Rational Function) 5x/3y=6 ---> SLOPE= 5/18 5x=3y-6 ---> SLOPE= 5/3 5x=3y+6 ---> SLOPE= 5/3 5x=3y*6 ---> SLOPE= 5/18 5x=3y/6 ---> SLOPE= 10/1 I hope one of these worked.

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