Kenneth S. answered • 12/17/17

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Based on the information provided, you should use the Point Slope form, initially. That's very straightforward:

y-2 = 10(x-6).

Next, DISTRIBUTE. Then, do whatever is necessary to put both the x and y terms together on one side (by adding the opposite of the x term to both sides).

Result: something like

Ax + By = C, with A > 0 ... Standard form.