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# Rewrite the equation so it is slope intercept form. 11x+2y=44 # Rewrite the equation so it is slope intercept form. 11x+2y=44

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Composite functions asked 2021-01-27
Rewrite the equation so it is slope intercept form. 11x+2y=44

## Answers (1) 2021-01-28
The slope intercept form of a line is given by y=mx+b so we solve for y:
11x+2y=44
Subtract 11x11x from both sides:
2y=44−11x
Divide both sides by 2:
$$\displaystyle{y}={22}−{\left(\frac{{11}}{{2}}\right)}{x}$$
Arrange:
$$\displaystyle{y}=−{\left(\frac{{11}}{{2}}\right)}{x}+{22}$$

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