## Elementary Geometry for College Students (6th Edition)

$y = (a/b)x+ \frac{(-ga+bh)}{b}$
If the line is parallel to the line with slope a/b, then it must have slope a/b. Using point slope form, we see: $y-h = a/b(x-g)$ $y = (a/b)x-(ga/b)+h$ Thus, the slope intercept form is: $y = (a/b)x+ \frac{(-ga+bh)}{b}$