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Write the equation of the line that is parallel to the line 3x - y = -3 and passes through the point (4, -2).

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    3x-y=14

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    so it would be y = 3x - 14 ?

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    yes both are same

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    Okay that is what I was thinking, just wanted to double check thanks @vipul92

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    0 3x-y=-3 y=3x+3 so the slope of the function is 3 let f(x)=mx+b, m=3, x=4, f(4)=-2, -2=3(4)+b b=-14 so the function is y=3x-14

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