## will give brainliest plz hep!!!!! Which line is a graph of the equation: 2x + 5y = 10? Number graph ranging from negative fiv

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Which line is a graph of the equation: 2x + 5y = 10?

Number graph ranging from negative five to five on the x axis and negative six to two on the y axis. Four lines are drawn in blue on the graph. Lines a and c have a positive slope and are parallel to each other. Lines b and d have a negative slope and are parallel to each other. Lines a and b intersect at (zero, two), and lines c and d intersect at (zero, negative two).

A. line a B. line b C. line c D. line d

## Answers ( No )

Answer: The equation is of line “b”

Step-by-step explanation:

First we find the slope of the given line by using slope intercept form.

Converting the equation into slope intercept form

Divide both side by 5 we get

On comparing with

We get slope

as the slope of line is negative therefore the line will be either line “b” or line “d”

As line “b” pass from (0,2)

On putting point in given equation we get

Which is equal to RHS of the line

Therefore the given equation is of line “b”

Now putting point (0,-2)

We get

Which is not equal to RHS and therefore line “d” is not the required line

Therefore the given equation is of line “b”