Given that (–2, y) and (4, 6) are points on a line whose slope is image, find y

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The slope between the points is (6-y)/(4-(-2))=-4/3.

(6-y)/6=-4/3. Multiply both sides by 6: 6-y=-8, y=6+8=14.

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