Hello!  This algebra problem has me stumped.  Thank you for your help.

Graph the linear equation

2(y-6)=(2/5)(x+2)

I can graph y=mx+b but I cannot seem to get this equation converted to that format.  Thanks!
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just muev peeses around a litter so yu get y=(1/2)(x+2) +6

slope=1/2=0.5

offset line so it go thru (0,6)
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The Graph of 2(y-6)=(2/5)(x+2) is a straight line


x-intercept = -32

y- intercept = 32/5

slop = 1/5

curvature = 0 Click here for Graph


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