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(-4,6);4x=9y+7
the equation of the line is y=
need some help here.

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    im not 1 of the pros at answering the questions but i think i can help.
    y=4/9x-7/9.
    i got this cuz it has to be y=mx+b. when u move the 9y to the other side of the = it becomes negative and the same goes for the 4x. then you have to divide the -4x and the 7 by the -9. the x becomes positive and the 7 becomes negative.

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