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Indicate the equation of the line through (2, -4) and having slope of 3/5

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y = (3/5) x + b

-4 = (3/5)(2) + b

b = -20/5 - 6/5 = -26/5

y = (3/5) x - 26/5

5 y = 3 x - 26

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