# How do you graph the equation #-5x+3y=10#?

##### 1 Answer

Jul 24, 2017

So you start at the y-intercept, and then go up 5 units and right 3 units.

#### Explanation:

Isolate y to get the slope-intercept form

So now you have the slope

You can get the slope-intercept if you let

The slope

So you start at the y-intercept and make a point, and then go up 5 units and right 3 units and make a point. Then simply make a straight line because it's a linear equation.

graph{5/3 x + 10/3 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}