# How do you write the slope-intercept form of the equation of the #6x+5y=-15#?

5 *y* = -6 *x* - 15

slope intercept for is y = mx + b, so you need to rearrange your equation to look like this. (where m is the slope, and b is the y intercept)

move the x over, so: 5 y = -6 x - 15

your slope is -6, and your y intercept is -15

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To write the slope-intercept form of the equation (6x + 5y = -15), solve for (y) to isolate it on one side of the equation. First, subtract (6x) from both sides to get (5y = -6x - 15). Then, divide both sides by 5 to get (y = -\frac{6}{5}x - 3). Therefore, the slope-intercept form of the equation is (y = -\frac{6}{5}x - 3).

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To write the slope-intercept form of the equation (6x + 5y = -15), rearrange the equation to solve for (y):

[5y = -6x - 15]

[y = -\frac{6}{5}x - 3]

Therefore, the slope-intercept form of the equation is (y = -\frac{6}{5}x - 3).

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