Algebra

Write the equation in slope-intercept form. What are the slop and y-intercept?

-10x + 11y = -6

A. y = 10/11x-6/11
Slope: 6/11;y-intercept: -10/11

B. y = 10/11x-6/11
Slope:10/11;y-intercept: -6/11

C. y = 10/11x+6/11
Slope: 10/11;y-intercept: 6/11

D. y = 10/11x+6/11
Slope: 10/11;y-intercept: -6/11

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  1. 11 y = 10 x - 6
    so
    y = (10/11) x - 6/11

    m = 10/11
    b = -6/11

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