$$y+2 = 3/2(x-6)$$
Work Step by Step
We know that if the slopes of two lines are the same, then they are parallel. Thus, we use the slope of the original line and plug in the second point: $$y_2-y_1=m(x_2-x_1)$$ $$y+2 = 3/2(x-6)$$
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