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Q: Which is an equation of the line parallel to y 6x - 4 and passing through -3 -8?

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The parallel equation works out as: 4y = 3x+1 which can be expressed in the form of 3x-4y+1 = 0

Parallel straight line equations have the same slope but with different y intercepts

If you mean y = -4x+1 and (2, 1) then the parallel equation is y = -4x+9

The equation in point slope of the line which passes through -2 -3 and is parallel to 3x plus 2y 10 is y=-1.5x.

x = 1

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For a straight line equation to be parallel to another straight line equation they both must have the same slopes but different y intercepts.

If you mean: (9, -12) then the equation is y = -12 which is a straight line parallel to the x axis passing through (0, -12)

solve the equation for y to get the slope.y=-2x-1/2substitute (3,3) into the equation/3=2(3)+band solve for b.-3=+by=2x-3 is the equation with the same slope(parallel) and goes through (3,3)

The parallel equation works out as: 4y = 3x+1 which can be expressed in the form of 3x-4y+1 = 0

The formula for a line is: Y = mX + b

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The equation is x = 2

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