Posted by **Nat** on Tuesday, January 27, 2009 at 2:41am.

Just need a bit of help understanding what exactly i have to do here to work this out.

Rearrage the following equation and hence state the gradient and the y-intercept.

2y = 8x + 10

Do i just go:

y = mx + c

2y = 8x + 10

y = (8x + 10) /2

y = 4x + 5

or do i have to rearrange it so that it is stated in a different way?

Please help.

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