Posted by **sharon** on Sunday, July 13, 2014 at 6:45pm.

Given the point-slope form of a line find the point and slope we could use to graph

y-=3/2(x+5)

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**Steve**, Sunday, July 13, 2014 at 7:17pm
If you mean

y = -3/2 (x+5)

you can see easily that y=0 when x = -5. So, that's where the graph crosses the x-axis. Now, since the slope -s -3/2, just mark a second point, 3 down and 2 to the right from there. Join those two points with a line, and that's the graph.

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