What is the slope 2x plus 3y equals 6?
2x + 3y = 6 can be written in the standard slope-intercept form of y= mx + c, where 'm' is the slope.
3y = -2x + 6
y = -⅔x + 2
The slope of this linear graph is -⅔.
2x + 3y = 8 Usually you would solve for y to get the equation in Slope Intercept Form. (y = mx + b) Where (m) is the slope and (b) is the y intercept of the graph. First get the y by itself by subtracting 2x and getting it to the side with the 8. You now have this... 3y = -2x + 8 Now Isolate the variable (y) by dividing by 3. You…