What is the stander form of these two points
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The slope of the line connecting the points is (-4-2)/(0-2)=(-6)/(-2)=3.

So the standard form of the line is y=3x+b where we need to find the constant b by plugging in one of the coords: 2=3×2+b, b=2-6=-4, so y=3x-4 is the line.

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