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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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y=-5x+8 the slope is -5.

If you mean: y = -5x then the slope of the line is -5 and there is no y intercept

this would be a slope of 5

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it is 4

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five is the slope.

Assuming you meant y = 5X + 8, the slope is 5.

five is the slope.

It has the same slope as the line in the question. If a line has equation y = mx + c, its slope is m. If the line in question is y = 5x + 3, the slope of a parallel line is 5; If the line in question is y + 5x = 3 → y = -5x + 3 (subtract 5x from both sides), the slope of a parallel line is -5.

y=-5x+8 the slope is -5.

If you mean: y = -5x then the slope of the line is -5 and there is no y intercept

this would be a slope of 5

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

it is 4

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5x - 2y = 05x - 5x - 2y = 0 - 5x-2y = - 5x(-2y)/-2 = (-5x)/-2y = (5/2)x where the slope is 5/2 and the y-intercept is 0.

slope = -1

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