What is the equation of the line described below written in slope-intercept form?
the line passing through point (-1, 5) and parallel to the line whose equation is x + y = 10

What is the equation of the line described below written in slope-intercept form?
the line passing through point (-1, 5) and parallel to the line whose equation is x + y = 10

What is the equation of the line described below written in slope-intercept form? the line passing through point (-1, 5) and parallel to the line whose equation is x + y = 10

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User: What is the equation of the line described below written in slope-intercept form?
the line passing through point (-1, 5) and parallel to the line whose equation is x + y = 10

Weegy: The equation is Y = Mx + B. In this equation, m is the slope value and B is the y intercept. X and Y are coordinates of the line which can be substituted into the equation to solve for other variables. Example of equation: Y = 3x + 7. [ Please give me a good rating if I helped you answer your question!
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