What is the slope-intercept form of 3x - y - 6 = 0?

A. y = -3x - 6

B. y = -3x + 6

C. y = 3x - 6

D. y = 3x + 6

E. y = 6x - 3

**Knowsys Method**

**Read the problem carefully. **

**Identify the bottom line. ** What is the slope-intercept form (the y = form)?

**Assess your options. **If you momentarily forgot what the “slope-intercept” form is, glance at the answer choices. You’ll see that all of them start with y =. So, we need to rearrange the question into y = format. The trick will be to not mess up the signs since the y is negative in the original.

**Attack the problem.**

3x – y = 6

3x – 6 = y

So: y = 3x – 6

**Loop back. **Verify that you solved for the bottom line.

The correct answer is **C**.

**Level = Easy **

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