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Equation of a line: parallel to the line y=7x+4 passing through the points (-2,4) and (0,3). I know how to find it with one point but now im thrown off.

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it is even easier! You can either use the same method you use for line pasing through one point, or you can find the gradient (change in y over change in x) using these two points and then find b by substituting and solving y=mx+b, finally replace the m with gradient
so, the final answer is y=(3/-2)x + 1

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