# How do you find the slope and intercept of 10x+6y=24?

Slope: $\frac{- 10}{6}$
You turn the equation into a slope-intercept form $\left(y = m x + b\right)$
Move $10 x$ to the other side. $6 y = - 10 x + 24$. Divide the whole equation by $6$. $y = \frac{- 10}{6} + 4$. The y-intercept is $4$. The slope is $\frac{- 10}{6}$.