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Asked Dec 7, 2019
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What is the equation, in point-slope form, for a line that goes through ​ (2, −6) ​ and has a slope of ​ −34 ​ ?

 

 
  • y+6=−34(x−2)
  • y−6=−34(x+2)
  • y+6=−34(x+2)
  • y−6=34(x−2)
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Step 1

Given,

The line passing through the point ​ (2, −6)  and the slope is -34

Step 2

Therefore, the equation of the line passing through the p...

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(y- y;) = m(x- x; ) here (x, , y;) = (2,-6),m = -34 .:(y-(-6)) =-34(x – 2) (y+6)=-34(x- 2)

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