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what is the answer in slope intercept form for x-6y=-1

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I need to know step by step how to solve x-6y=-1 then put it in slope intercept form.

 

asked Feb 24, 2014 in ALGEBRA 1 by dkinz Apprentice

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x-6y = -1

Subtract x from each side.

x-6y-x = -x-1

-6y = -x-1

Divide to each side by negitive 6.

y = (1/6)x+1/6

Now it is in slope intrcept form y = mx+b.

m = 1/6, b = 1/6.

answered Feb 24, 2014 by dozey Mentor

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