What is the slope (gradient) of

2x=6y+5

6y + 5 = + 2x

6y = + 2x - 5

6y |

6 |

= |

2x - 5 |

6 |

y = 0.33333333333333x - 0.83333333333333

Slope = **0.33333333333333**

Slope = **0.33333333333333**

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For a line y = mx + b, m is the slope

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