I've been on this for about an hour, researched everywhere, but I cannot find a viable solution.
Question: The straight line $mx = 5y + 4$ has the same gradient as the line $7x + 6y + 5 = 0$, Find the value of $m$.
I've tried: $mx - 5y + 4 = 7x + 6y + 5$ but can't get it right :(.
Any viable solution for this?
I tried to change it to the $y = mx + b$ format, I got this:
$5y = mx - 4$ and $6y = 7x - 5$, this is the part I'm stuck on.