Posted by jennifer on .
Write the equation of the line containing (3,4) and perpendicular to y = 2/3x + 2.
Write your answer in slopeintercept form.
Not sure how to do this one.
m = 3/2
y = mx + b
y  4 = 3/2 (x4)
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?

intermediate algebra 
bobpursley,
No.
Y=mx+b
4=3/2 (3)+b
solve for b. then put it into this:
y=3/2 x + b