2 math ?s heeeelp?

Question:can u explain how to solve these

the equation of a line is 6x+2y=40. what is the slope?

and i dont really understand simplifying this

128a^4 (bc^2)^3 / 32abc

For 6x + 2y = 40, to get the slope, solve for y
6x + 2y = 40
2y = 40 - 6x
y=20 - 3x

so, y intercept = 20, slope is -3

For 128a^4 (bc^2)^3 / 32abc
[128a^4 (b^3)(c^6)] / 32abc
-cancel variables above and below the fraction, simplify the coefficients; 128 / 32 = 4; a^4 becomes a^3; b^3 becomes b^2; c^6 becomes c^5

answer is: 4(a^3)(b^2)(c^5)
i forgot how to do that

This article contents is post by this website user, EduQnA.com doesn't promise its accuracy.

More Questions & Answers...
  • How to host the teacher's day party?
  • Can you tell me some good sites in which i can take online maths and science courses for 9th class?
  • Reverse lookup on unlisted phone numbers?
  • Is there a way to study a without bein finish high school?
  • What is the weirdest, randomest, most interesting fact you know?
  • Is thire any quizes that tell u wat carreer best fits u??
  • I look for Will Piesse who graduated Drama at U of Manchester, UK in 1992. Reply: StevenStanleyBayes@gmail.com
  • What career could I get with these ?
  • Copyright 2006-2009 EduQnA.com All Rights Reserved.