# How do you write the equation of a line in point slope form passing through (-6,-4) and (2,-5)?

First get the slope= $\frac{- 5 + 4}{2 + 6}$ = $- \frac{1}{8}$
Using (-6,-4), it would be y +4 = $- \frac{1}{8}$ (x+6)
Using (2,-5) it would be y+5= $- \frac{1}{8}$(x-2)