# Math

find the slope and intercept of the line 8y +3x+3 +5+3x

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1. Where is the = sign ?

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posted by Damon
2. 0=6x + 8 +8y

is that what the question is?

it should most likely be in this format

y=mx+b

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posted by Rebekah
3. there is not one.

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posted by Norma
4. find the slope and intercept of the line 8y +3x+3 = 5+3x

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posted by Norma
5. oh ok. you have to put that into slope intercept form. So it would be

8y=2 (because when we subtract the 3x with the 3x it cancels out)

then divide the 8

so y= 1/4

im pretty sure that's how it would reduce down to now you just have to pull your info from that

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posted by Rebekah
6. Rebekah is correct if there are no further typos in the question. The line is y = 1/4 which is a horizontal line hitting the y axis (y intercept) at y = 1/4)

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posted by Damon
7. thank you so very much for your help

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posted by Norma

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