F. Y-4=2/3(x-2) g.y-4=3/2(x-2) h.y-2=2/3(x-2) j.y-2=3/2(x-2)

F. Y-4=2/3(x-2) g.y-4=3/2(x-2) h.y-2=2/3(x-2) j.y-2=3/2(x-2)

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A. y-7=1/2(x+6) B.y+1=2(x-2) C.y+1=1/2(x-2) D.y-7=2(x-6) E.y-7=1/2(x-6) F.y-1=2(x+2)

It has an x-intercept at -6 and is parallel to the line passing through (-1,-4) and (8,-2) I know to find the slope I use m=y2-y1/x2-x1 Point slope is y-y1=m(x-x1) slope intercept...

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