write an equation in point slope form for each

(-6,6) m=3/2

-3,-9 m=7/3

Help please

The point slope equation is (y - y1) = m(x - x1)

So, for point (-6, 6) with slope m = 3/2 the equation is

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

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

So, final equation is y - 6 = (3/2)x + 9

The second point given is (-3, -9) with slope m = 7/3

y -(-9) = 7/3(x - (-3)) = (7/3)x + (7/3)(3)

So, final equation is y +9 = (7/3)x + 7

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