Gawsh Im stumped and I need help fast!(Nod)

I need to know the slope and the y-intercept of the following equations:

y= 3x + 5

y= -6x + 3

y= -3/4x - 1

y= 5/-4x

y= 7 + 4x

y= -x/5 + 6

(Oh yah the slashes are for fractions!)

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- February 11th 2008, 02:42 PMKuddlyKeroSlope AND y-intercept!!
Gawsh Im stumped and I need help fast!(Nod)

I need to know the slope and the y-intercept of the following equations:

y= 3x + 5

y= -6x + 3

y= -3/4x - 1

y= 5/-4x

y= 7 + 4x

y= -x/5 + 6

(Oh yah the slashes are for fractions!) - February 11th 2008, 02:54 PMtopher0805
1)

This equation is of the form , where is the slope and is the -intercept.

Therefore, the slope is and the -intercept is .

2)

Same thing here. Slope is and -intercept is .

3)

Once again, same format. Slope is and -intercept is .

4)

Is this what you mean?

If so, the slope is and the -intercept is .

Basically the same thing for each one. :)