What is the slope of the line 10x + 4y =24?

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What is the slope of the line 10x + 4y =24?

What is the slope of the line 10x + 4y =24?

Transpose the equation:

10x+4y=24

Minus 10x from each side:

4y=24-10x

Divide each side by 4

y=6-2.5x

or y=6-5/2x

the slope is 2.5 or 5/2

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step-by-step explanation:

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step-by-step explanation:

The form for the y-intercept equation is y=mx+b where m=the slope. If we can get it into that format, it will give us the slope. So we need to solve for y.

10x+4y=24

To simply things, we are going to divide the whole equation by 2. So the equation is now:

5x+2y=12

We need to move the 5x to the right side so we subtract 8x from both sides

5x-5x+3y=12-5x

2y=12-5x

Now we need to get y alone so we divide by 2

We can separate that fraction and we have:

Now that we have it in the right format we can see that if you look at the formula y=mx+b then m=

Hope that helps.