I am having problems on how to write this out and doing it can someone please help me math is not my strong point, thank you
You should recognize that you have been given a slope and an ordered pair which is a point consisting of an x and y coordinate. You can use the Point-Slope equation for a linear line very easily by just plugging in these values. y - (-6) = 3/4(x - (-1). The next step is you need to solve for y. Solving for y will put this in the desired slope-intercept form of a linear equation y = mx + b. Remember you end up working with fractions so make sure you add/subtract after finding a common denominator. The solution is y = (3/4)x - 21/4.