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You have to do this first to find the slope\[\frac{ y^2-y^1 }{ x^2-x^1} \]

The slope is 2/9

How did u get a 9?

Oh wait nevermind, its 2/6 :)

I think I got the answer but I'm not sure. Is it y=2/6x+17/3 ?

I did not get the answer you have

I checked it again. Thats what I really got

I'm confident thats my answer

Try this\[5=-\frac{ 2 }{ 6}(-2)+b\]

The slope isnt -2/6 its 2/6

Opps the negative is suppose to be there

The negative IS suppose to be there? in the 2/6 ?

This is what you should use\[5=\frac{ 2 }{ 6 }(-2)+b\]

Yeah, that's what I did. After, I got 5=2/6(-2)+b and then I added 2/3 to both side and got b=17/3

Was my answer right?

ah okay thanks:)

Your Welcome!! :)