Hi Hatch,
This would require you to know what the "point-slope" form of a linear equation looks like. I assume you know that from your studies.
Point-Slope Form: [tex](y-y_1)=m(x-x_1)[/tex]
You're going to have to find the slope of the graph of your given linear equation. Can you do that? Can you solve the equation for y to put it in slope-intercept form?
If you can do all of the above, then you simply substitute the point coordinates you have for [tex]x_1[/tex] and [tex]y_1[/tex], and the slope you just found for [tex]m[/tex]
Try it.
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