Posted by **Lox** on Friday, July 22, 2005 at 5:20pm.

Given the equation of a line y = 2/5x - 2, the slope and y-intercept are respectively:

a. 2, -2/5

b. -2, 2/5

c. 2/5, 2

d. 2/5 , -2

Given the equation of a line y = 2/5x - 2, the slope and y-intercept are respectively:

In y=mx + b, b is the y intercept, and m is the slope.

Here, m appears to be 2/5, and b is -2.

Check my thinking

2/5,2

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