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Find the slope-intercept equation of the line with the following properties. Perpendicular to the line -9x-8y=96; containing the point (-8,-8)

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1. slope of given line: -8/9
slope of perpendicular is 9/8

so, using the point-slope form,

(y+8) = 9/8 (x+8)

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