# How do you rewrite the equation #2y+3x=4# in slope intercept form?

##### 2 Answers

#### Explanation:

First, write the equation

and look at the equation you are given. From there, solve the equation to get

Then, divide both sides by two to get the unit rate

After, switch the two values on the right side to get

I hope this helps!

#### Explanation:

Given:

Rewrite in the standard form for a linear equation:

The slope-intercept form for a linear equation is

where:

To convert the standard form to slope-intercept form, solve for

Subtract

Divide both sides by

Simplify.

graph{(3x+2y-4)(y+3/2x-2)=0 [-9.96, 10.04, -2.76, 7.24]}