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Write an equation for the line that is parallel to the given line and passes through the given point. y = x + 8; (2, 16)

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same slope, but different b. 16=2+b 14=b y = x + 14
These are the choices A. y = x B. y = x + 6 C. y = x – 6 D. y = x + 6
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b and d are the same thing.......
so is it one of them?
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@RoseDryer can you help me
looks there are no options be right
@RadEn is right. @P0sitr0n is correct when they said y= x+14 I would suggest telling your teacher that there are no incorrect answers...
What should I do?
Well if you can email a teacher do that if not just guess because technically no matter which one you choose it'll be wrong.
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so is it one of them?

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