How do you identify the slope for #2x3y=12#?
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To identify the slope of the equation 2x  3y = 12, rearrange the equation into slopeintercept form (y = mx + b), where m represents the slope:

Subtract 2x from both sides: 3y = 2x + 12

Divide both sides by 3: y = (2/3)x  4/3
The coefficient of x, which is 2/3, represents the slope of the equation. Therefore, the slope is 2/3.
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