Posted by Carly on Thursday, October 11, 2012 at 9:00pm.
slope and y intercept form of these two problems?
Y5=1/3(x9)
2y+6a4x=0

Math  Carly, Thursday, October 11, 2012 at 9:17pm
For the second one I have this but I'm not sure what to do next
Add 4x to both sides, so you would have 2y+6a=4x
Then I divided 2y by 2 and 4x by 2 and got y+6a=4x
Next I subtracted 6a from both sides and got y=2x6a
Am I right so far? If so what do I do next?

Math  Reiny, Thursday, October 11, 2012 at 9:35pm
2nd:
2y + 6a  4x = 0
you want to "isolate" the y, so everybody else to the other side
2y = 4x  6a
divide each term by 2 , (you only divided one term and not the others)
y = 2x  3a
the 1st:
y  5 = (1/3)(x9)
y = (1/3)x  3 + 5
y = (1/3)x + 2
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