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anonymous

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PLEASE HELP :D Write the equation of a line that is parallel to , 2x + 5y = 8 thanks !

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    y=-2X/5+Constant

  2. anonymous
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    Solve the equation for y, and the coefficient in front of "x" will be your slope. Parallel lines have equal slope, so you can write any other line in the form of y = mx + b as long as the "m" is the same as in this particular line. (Don't forget to split the fraction after you divide by 5!)

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