# algebra

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6x-5y=15

what is the slope?

what is the y-intercept?

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Rewrite the equation to standard form.

6x-5y=15
(6/5)x-y=3
y=(6/5)x-3

The coordinates for y intercept is always in the (0,_) format. Y-intercept is what is added or subtracted. The coefficient on x (number multiplied to x) is slope.

slope=6/5
y-intercept=(0,-3)

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