# How do you write an equation that contains points (4, -1) and (-2, -13)?

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To write an equation that contains the points (4, -1) and (-2, -13), you can first find the slope using the formula:

slope = (change in y) / (change in x)

Then, use the point-slope form of the equation of a line:

y - y₁ = m(x - x₁)

where (x₁, y₁) is one of the given points and m is the slope. After substituting the values of one of the points and the slope, you can simplify to find the equation of the line.

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