# Question #9fc61

Dec 2, 2017

$y = - \setminus \frac{7}{2} x - 7$

#### Explanation:

We just need to algebraically manipulate (move terms around and perform operations) the current equation to convert it to slope-intercept form.

Slope-intercept form is $y = m x + b$, so first we need to isolate for $y$ by adding $7 x$ to both sides:

$\setminus \rightarrow - 2 y = 7 x + 14$

Now we need to get rid of $y$’s coefficient by dividing by $- 2$:

$\setminus \rightarrow y = - \setminus \frac{7}{2} x - 7$

Which is slope-intercept form.