How do you write #3x – 2y = -6# into slope intercept form?

1 Answer
Aug 11, 2015

Answer:

#y=3/2x+3#

Explanation:

Slope intercept form can be represented as #y=mx +b#
To get an equation into this form, we should try to get #y# all alone.

From #3x-2y=-6#
first, we can add #2y# to both sides
and get #3x = 2y - 6#
then, we can add #6# to both sides
and get #2y = 3x + 6#
now we can divide everything by #2#
to get #=> y= 3/2x + 3#
which is now in slope intercept form :)