How do you find slope and y-intercept of #(3/5)x-7=y#?

2 Answers
May 22, 2016

Answer:

Slope #-> 3/5#

y-intercept #-> -7#

Explanation:

Standard form for straight line graph is:#" "y=mx+c#

Where #m# is the gradient (slope) and #c# is the y intercept

So for your equation

#m=3/5 -> "Slope"#

#c=-7 -> "y-intercept"#

May 22, 2016

Answer:

#"slope="3/5#
#y=-7#

Explanation:

#color(red)(3/5) x-7=y#

#"slope is the coefficient of 'x'"#

#"slope="3/5#

#"for y intercept ,we write x=0"#

#3/5*0-7=y#

#y=-7#