In order to answer this question, FIRST you need to write the equation ins slope intercept form.

Slope intercept is y = mx + b

the "m" is the slope

the "b" is the y interccept

So, let's put this in slope intercept form, by keeping y on one side by itself. We must move the 12 to the opposite side of the equation first, then I can rewrite the equation with the y on the left.

10x = y+12

10x - 12 = y + 12 - 12 (I am subtracting 12 from BOTH sides)

10x -12=y (the 12 cancels out so I have only y left)

y=10x-12 (remember the equation is interchangeable. If 3 + 2 = 5, then 5 = 3 +2. I can do the same with slope intercept form)

So, now that the equation is in slope intercept form, I can see that 10 is where the "m" goes, so
**the slope is 10.** I can see that -12 is where the "b" goes, so **
the y intercept is -12.**