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**SpaceGhost** **1.** Write the equation of the line (in point slope form) that is parallel to the line y=-3x-2 and passes through the point (3,-4)

**2.** Write the equation of the line (in slope-intercept form) that passes through the point (-1,-6) and is PERPENDICULAR to the line 3x-2y=5.

**4.** A line passes through the points (-2,-1) and (-5,4).

What is the slope of this line?

Find the equation of the line on point-slope form.

Find the equation of the line in slope-intercept form.

Find the equation of the line in standard form.

**5.** A line passes through the point (-6,9) and it is PERPENDICULAR to the line 3y-2x=10. Find the equation of the line in:

Slope intercept form:

Point-slope form:

Standard form: