Question 27 - Math: Calculator Practice Test for the SAT Exam

A function \(f(x)\) passes through the points \((1, 5)\) and \((2, 7)\). \(f(x)\) is translated 4 units down and the slope is divided by 4. If \(g(x)\) is the line perpendicular to \(f(x)\) which has been translated 3 units to the left and 2 units down, what is the slope-intercept formula of \(g(x)\)?

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