Please help! I can't find another form of that equation.

Another form of equation 2x+5y=10

i. Slope intercept form

5y=10-2x

Y=2-(2/5)x

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Another form of equation 2x+5y=10

i. Slope intercept form

5y=10-2x

Y=2-(2/5)x

Aliquippa, PA

Dear D'Marcus

2x + 5y = 10

To put the equation into the preferred "slope-intercept" form:

Subtract 2x from each side

5y = 10 - 2x

Divide both sides by 5:

y = 2 -(2x/5)

which shows us that the line has a slope of (-2/5) and a y-intercept of 2.

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