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Find the equation of the line passing through (-1 , -4) and parallel to -7x+6y=8 slope intercept

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  1. Since your new line is parallel to the given line, it will differ only in the constant, so it will be

    -7x + 6y = c
    plug in the given point:
    -7(-1) + 6(-4) = c
    c = -17

    new equation:
    -7x + 6y = -17

    or
    6y = 7x - 17
    y = (7/6)x - 17/6

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