# How do you find the slope given #5y - 2x = -3#?

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#### Explanation:

Given the equation of a line, all we need to do is rearrange it into terms of

Now that the equation is in terms of slope-intercept, with the slope being

See a solution process below:

#### Explanation:

We can multiply each side of the equation by

Where, if at all possible,

The slope of an equation in standard form is:

Substituting gives:

slope=

#### Explanation:

So you're going to want to get it into

To rearrange the equation:

add

now divide each side by

You now have the correct arrangement of the equation and can even flip

Now since you have the equation being divided by

and following the equation we can now see that