In Exercises 44–49, find an equation of the line L that passes through the point (−2, 4) and satisfies the condition.
47. The y-intercept of L is 3.
To find: The equation of line passes through the given points and satisfies the given condition.
The given point is and the intercept is 3.
Formula to calculate the slope of a line is,
Formula to calculate the equation of line having a slope and intercept is,
At the point of x intercept the value of y coordinate is zero.
Substitute -2 for , 4 for , 3 for and 0 for in equation (1) to find slope of line
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