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how do you find the slope and the y-intercept of the line 9y+3x+6=16+3x

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    9y+3x+6=16+3x
    The equation is not simplified.
    So group like terms, solve for y:
    9y+3x+6=16+3x
    9y+3x-3x=16-6
    9y = 10
    y=10/9
    Since the x-term is missing from the equation, the equation represents a horizontal line, therefore the slope is zero.

    The y-intercept is equal to 10/9.

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