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What's the slop of the line whose equation is 8y = 7 - 2y?

the slope would be zero. if you add '2y' to the other side, then your equation will be 10y=7. If you divide 10 on both sides, the new equation will be y=7/10. That will be a straight line, so the slope will be zero.

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