What is the slope of a line whose equation is 5y + 6 x – 2 =0

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What is the slope of a line whose equation is 5y + 6 x – 2 =0

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    2021-09-11T04:45:30+00:00

    5y= -6x+2
    5y/5 =-6x/5 +2/5
    y = -1.2x +0.4

    the slope is -1.2 and y intercept is 0.4

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    2021-09-11T04:45:52+00:00

    5y+6x-2=0 —————Original Equation

    2+5y+6x-2=0+2 ——–Add 2 on both sides of the equal sign

    5y+6x=2

    6x-5y+6x=2-6x———-Subtract 6x on both sides of the equal sign

    5/5y= -6x+2/5————-Divide by 5 on both sides of the equal sign

    y= -6/5x+2/5

    So the slope would be -6/5.

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