Find in the form ax+by+c=0 the equation of a line with gradient -2/3 and y intercept 2 how do i do this i currently feel like this
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When we use slope intercept form, we have y=mx+b. m is the slope or gradient and b is the y intercept. Just enter your values, then rearrange it in standard form.
Originally Posted by galactus When we use slope intercept form, we have y=mx+b. m is the slope or gradient and b is the y intercept. Just enter your values, then rearrange it in standard form. so then i would get -2/3x+2=y then where do i go
clear the fraction ... multiply every term by 3, then rearrange to the desired form.
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