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Q: What is 5x - y -5?

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5x y-10 = -5

5x + y = 5

If you mean the straight line equation of 5x-y = -5 then y = 5x+5 whereas 5 is the slope and 5 is the y intercept when graphed on the Cartesian plane.

y = 5x + 1 y - 1 = 5x (y - 1) / 5 = x

5x = 7y , we divide both side by 'y' 5x/y = 7y/y (y will now be deducted) 5x/y = 7 x/y = 7/5 Therefore, x:y = 7:5

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Alright this is not very well put, so I have three possible equations that I can think of on the fly. I will attempt to answer all three.1) (4)5x-y=+y +y(4)5x=y/4 /45x=y/4/5 /5[x=(y/4)/5]2) (4x)5x-y=20x2-y=+y +y20x2=y/20 /20[x2=y/20]3) 4x=5x-y+y +y4x+y=5x-4x -4x[y=x]1) (4)5x-y=+y +y[20x=y]2) (4x)5x-y=20x2-y=+y +y[20x2=y]3) 4x=5x-y+y +y4x+y=5x-4x -4x[y=x]

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

y=-10 sin 5x sin 5x=y/-10 x=asin(y/-10)/5

If Y=5x + 2 and x is 5 then Y= 5*5 +2, using order of operations, you get Y=25 +2 Y= 27

5x - 7y = 5 (subtract both sides by 5x) -7y = -5x + 5 (divide both sides by -7) y = (5x - 5)/7 If you want to solve for y = 0, then x = 1.

If you mean: 5x -2y = 10 then y = 2.5x -5 whereas -5 is the y intercept and 2.5 is the slope

5x - 6y = -5At the x-intercept, y = 0 ==> 5x = -5x = -1At the y-intercept, x = 0 ==> -6y = -5y = 5/6

If you mean: 5x-6y = 30 then y = 5/6x-5 whereas 5/6 is the slope and -5 is the y intercept

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y - 9 = -5(x - 4) y - 9 = -5x + 20 y = -5x +20 +9 y = -5x +29

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

5x - y + 3 = 0can be rewritten as y = 5x + 3 and so the slope is the coefficient of x which is 5.

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5x+4y = 20 4y = -5x+20 y = -5/4x+5 Therefore: slope is -5/4 and intercept is 5

y=5-2

y = 5x + 6At the x-intercept, y = 0 .5x + 6 = 05x = -6x = -6/5