Line p passes through A(-2, -4) and has a slope of . What is the standard form of the equation for line p?

The equation can be obtained from the slope intercept form, y-y1 = m(x -x1)where, m is the slope = -1/2and x1 and y1 are co-ordinate of the point (-2,-4)so, the required equation is y-(-4) = -1/2 ( x - (-2))y+4=-1/2(x+2)2y+8 = -x -22y +x = -10the required standard form of equation is x+2y =-10Please let me know incase you have any doubt.Else please use "Pay the tutor" option and appreciate my help. Thank you! :)

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