How do you find the slope and intercept of #y=-3/5x-2 #?

1 Answer
Mar 3, 2018

Answer:

Slope = -3/5, and y-intercept = -2

Explanation:

It is a linear function in the standard form.

y=mx+c

so the coefficient of x is the slope, that is -3/5
and constant is the y intercept, that is -2

Another example:
2y=6x+4
This is not in the standard form because coefficient of y is not 1

So dividing the whole equation by 2, we get
y=3x+2

Now it is in the standard form, so coefficient of x is the slope(that is 3) and constant is the y-intercept(That is 2)