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Yes, it is a linear equation with no slope. The graph is a straight line (parallel to the x-axis) that passes through the y-axis, at {0,-3}

If you mean y = -65x-4 then the parallel equation is y = -65x-66

Any equation parallel to the x-axis is of the form:y = constant In this case, you can figure out the constant from the given point.

As for example: y = 3x+6 and y = 3x+9 are parallel to each other because they have the same slope or gradient but different y intercepts

The equation of a parallel line is of the form 2x - y = c for some c. (-3, -11) is on this lime so 2*(-3) - (-11) = c -6 + 11 = c so that c = 5 and therefore, the equation is 2x - y = 5

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y -4 = 3(x-3)y = 3x -5

Yes, it is a linear equation with no slope. The graph is a straight line (parallel to the x-axis) that passes through the y-axis, at {0,-3}

The equation is x = -7.

The parallel equation will have the same slope but with a different y intercept

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.

You get a straight line (parallel to the x-axis) that passes through only the y-axis, and it crosses the y-axis at (0,3)

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

If you mean y = -65x-4 then the parallel equation is y = -65x-66

Write an equation in slope-intercept form for the line that passes through the given point and is parallel to the given line (-7,3); x=4

y+7=-4 the answer to the problem is y=-11

Any equation parallel to the x-axis is of the form:y = constant In this case, you can figure out the constant from the given point.

Any equation parallel to the x-axis is of the form:y = constant In this case, you can figure out the constant from the given point.