Question 29 - Math: Calculator Practice Test for the SAT Exam

A line crosses the x-axis at \(x = 8\) and the y-axis at \(y = 16\). If the slope of the line is multiplied by \(-\frac{3}{2}\) and the line is horizontally translated two places to the right and vertically translated three places up, what is the equation of the new line written in standard form?

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