College algebra
posted by Alicia .
Okay theres another part to this equation and I'm not sure if this is the right answer either.
5x+6y=18 solve for y.
6y = 185x
y = (185x)/6
The second part is when graphed this equation would be a line. What is the slope and yintercept of this line?
The slope would be 3
yintecept is (5/6)
Is the slope and yintercept right?

I got it, I have it backwards the slope is (5/6) and the yintercept is 3
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