19 May, 17:14
What is a parallel line to y = - 2/3x+3
19 May, 21:09
because this is in slope intercept form, m is the slope, so in this case - 2/3 is the slope
parallel lines always have the same slope and different y-intercepts
a parallel line could be y=-2/3 + 15
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