Answer:

D.

Step-by-step explanation:

Point-slope form equation is given as , where,

(a, b) = a point of the graph.

m = slope of the graph

Find the slope of the graph:

Slope =

Using the point (2, -1) and the slope, m, = -2, we can derive the equation in point-slope form by substituting a = 2, b = -1, and m = -2 into .

✅The equation would be:

You wrote the question wrong...

m is not -16 it is -1/6 (that is a big difference)

y=mx+b

y=-1/6x+b

3 = -1/6(12) + b

3 = -2 + b

b=5