Algebra

Wrtie an equation of a line passing through (6,10) and (6,-6

y= mx + b
Put in the first set of points:
10=6m + b
Do the same for the second point.

Then, you have two equations, two unknowns. Solve by substitution.

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  1. (2y +23)(6y + 7) = 0

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