What is the slope of the line with the equation 2x+3y+6=0?
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Originally Posted by krstybrght What is the slope of the line with the equation 2x+3y+6=0? This is now in form, so what is the slope?
As you can see, PROVE IT answered the question. In the form y = mx + b, m represents the slope of the line. In that case, the slope is the number next to x in the equation. The answer is m = -2/3, which is the slope of the line.
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