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If two lines are parallel and the equation of one line is 2x-3y=0, does the other line increase or decrease from left to right? A. Increases B. Decreases C. The line is horizontal D. The line is vertical E. None of the above.

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    two parallel lines have same slope.. so we must first get the slope of the line 2x-3y=0 we ca do that by transforming the equation into slope intercept form which has a general form of: y=ax+b where a is the slope so here 2x-3y=0 2y=3x y=(3/2)x thus the slope is 3/2 which is positive a line with positive slope increases from left to right thus the answer is A

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    thanks love <3

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    glad to help :))

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