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write the equation in slope-intercept form, what are the slope and y-intercept.

I have tried to figure this out but cannot come up with correct answer please help

  • algebra -

    10 y = 9 x - 9

    y = .9 x - .9

    m = .9

    b = -.9

  • algebra -

    I got that but what I don't understand is the possible answers are




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