Posted by **jennifer** on Saturday, November 8, 2008 at 6:17pm.

Write the equation of the line containing (-3,4) and perpendicular to y = 2/3x + 2.

Write your answer in slope-intercept form.

Not sure how to do this one.

m = -3/2

y = mx + b

y - 4 = -3/2 (x-4)

am i on the right track?

would I add 4 to the y side to make the 4 cancel out so is by itself?

where do i put +2?

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