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Q: What is the slope of 4x plus 3y equals 6?

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5x+3y

this is an equation of a line. it has a slope of 4/3 and a y-intercept of 5

3y - 4x = 24 The first step is to write it in the standard form (y=mx + c) 3y = 4x + 24 y = (4x + 24)/3 y = 4x/3 + 8 The y-intercept is 8 and the slope/gradient is 4/3

4x - 3y = -6Add 3y to each side:4x = -6 + 3yAdd 6 to each side:4x + 6 = 3yDivide each side by 3:(4/3)x + 2 = yThe graph is a straight line with a slope of (4/3) and a y-intercept of 2 .

4x+3y-2x+y 4x-2x+3y+y 2x+4y Taking out 2 common 2(x+2y) Hence the required answer is 2(x+2y)

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4x+3y = 12 3y = -4x+12 y = -4/3x+4

4x+3y = 3 3y = -4x+3 y = -4/3x+1 in slope intercept form

4x = -3y+8 3y = -4x+8 y = -4/3x+8/3 So the slope is -4/3 or -1 and a 1/3

4x + 3y = 6y 4x = 3y 4/3 x = y The slope is 4/3 and the y intercept is 0.

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If: -4x+3y = 1 Then: 3y = 4x+1 And: y = 4/3x+1/3 which is now in slope-intercept form

5x+3y

4x + 3y = 7 y = [(-4)/3] x + 7/3

-4x + 3y = 9

3y = 4x + 9 -4x + 3y = 9 is the standard form

this is an equation of a line. it has a slope of 4/3 and a y-intercept of 5

The gradient (slope) of 3y = 4x+5 is 4/33y = 4x+5y = 4/3x+5/3y=mx+c(m = gradient)mx+c = 4/3x+5/3m = 4/3

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