What is the slope of equation 6x+3y=15


6x+3y=15 -6x. + -6x 3y=-6x+15 ÷3 ÷3 ÷3 y=-2x+5 m=-2/1 b=5

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So you’d want it in y=mx +b form. B being the y intercept, X being the x value and M being the slope. The slope is -6

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