First you should find the gradient of the line or slope

which is change in Y/change in x = 2/3

therefor the equation you chose should have a 2/3 somewhere

The answer is( A) because

equation 4

y-2=2/3(x-6)

y=2/3X+6

Equation 2=

2x-3y=6

y=6/-3-2/3x

y=-2+2/3x

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