In the standard (x,y) coordinate plane, what is the slope of the line given by the equation 4x = 7y + 5 ?
Get the equation in slopeintercept form.
y = mx + b {slopeintercept form} m is the slope {the coefficient (the number in front) of the x} b is the yintercept {the constant term (the number without a variable)} 4x = 7y + 5 4x  5 = 7y {subtracted 5 from each side} y = (4/7)x  (5/7) {divided each side by 7} slope = 4/7 {the coefficient of x} Ask Algebra House
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