**Answer (**<u>**assuming it can be in slope-intercept form)**</u>**:**

y = x + 4

**Step-by-step explanation:**

With the given information, we can write the equation of the line in slope-intercept form. Use the slope-intercept formula, , and substitute values for and .

The , or the coefficient of the x-term, represents the slope, so substitute 1 in its place. The represents the y-intercept, so substitute 4 in its place. This gives the following answer:

(Remember that the coefficient of the x-term, 1, is still there. However, instead of , we can just write it as .)

The Radicals of y5/2 is: (y^5) = y^(5/2)

**Answer:**

x< -3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

- 4x + 6 > 18

Subtract 6 from each side

- 4x + 6-6 > 18-6

- 4x > 12

Divide by -4, remembering to flip the inequality

-4x/-4 < 12/-4

x < -3