I have it ploted out just trying tofigure out how to arrive to the equation
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1. Find the slope of your line by formula: m=(change in y):(change in x)


The basic equation of a linear equation is: y=mx+b

you have found m already: y=2/3x+b

now, you need to find b

use one of the given pointa(3,4 OR -6,-2). Let's use point 3,4. 3 is x, 4 is y, plug them in y=2/3x+b

4=2/3 *3 +b



Finish up your equation: y=2/3x+2

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