How do you write the point slope form of the equation given (4,-5) and m=6?

How do you write the point slope form of the equation given (4,-5) and m=6?
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Remember that the point-slope form equation looks like this:
y−k=m(x−h)
Where h and k represents a point on the line and m is the slope.
The point should have the coordinates like this: (h,k)
What we have to do is substitute the values in like so:
y−k=m(x−h)
y−(−5)=6(x−4)
y+5=6(x−4)