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Calculate the slope π and the π¦-intercept π for the function five π¦ equals 10π₯
plus 30.

If we can get an equation into slope intercept form, where π¦ is isolated and itβs
equal to ππ₯ plus π, π is your slope and π is your π¦-intercept.

So looking at the equation we have, weβre almost there. We just need to get π¦ by
itself. And five is being multiplied to π¦. So in order to get rid of five, we need to divide
by five. So we would need to divide by five to both sides of our equation. On the left-hand side, the fives will cancel. And on the right-hand side, we need to take 10π₯ and divide by five, and 30
divide by five because weβre dividing the entire right side by five.

It can also be written like this. So weβre again gonna take 10π₯, divide by five,
and 30, and divide by five. 10π₯ divided by five is two π₯, and 30 divided by five is six. So now we are in slope intercept form, π¦ equals ππ₯ plus π, where π is two, also known as our slope, and six is π, our π¦-intercept.

Again, our slope π is equal to two. Or, that can be written as two over one because
usually a slope is written as a fraction because slope is rise over run. And the π¦-intercept, π,
is equal to six.