# Consider the following equation. x−y/4=4x−3/2 Step 1 of 2: Express the g

Consider the following equation.
x−y/4=4x−3/2
Step 1 of 2: Express the given equation in slope-intercept form.
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Step 1
The slope-intercept form is given as:
y = mx + C
where m is the slope
and C is the y-intercept.
Step 2
you have,
$x-\frac{y}{4}=4x-\frac{3}{2}$
subtract x both sides:
$-\frac{y}{4}=4x-x-\frac{3}{2}$
$-\frac{y}{4}=3x-\frac{3}{2}$
multiply by 4 both sides:
-y=12x-6
y=-12x+6
So the equation in slope-intercept form is:
y=-12x+6
Jeffrey Jordon