Write an equation in point-slope form of a line with a slope of –4 that goes through the point J(–5, 6).
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The equation in slope-intercept form of the line through point P(–10, 1) with slope –5 is y = –5x – 49

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The equation in point-slope form of a line with a slope of –4 that goes through the point J(–5, 6) is y - 6 = -4 (x + 5)

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