Put the following equation of a line into slope intercept form simplif

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Put the following equation of a line into slope intercept form simplifying all fractions
4x24y=72
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Answered 2021-11-15 Author has 26 answers
Step 1
Slope-intercept form of line:
y=mx+b
Slope =m
y-intercept =b
Step 2
Given equation:
4x24y=72
24y=4x72
y=4x247224
y=1x63 (slope intercept form)
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