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The gradient is equal to -3 since they are parallel.

You are given a coordinate of a point where the line passes. So any idea?

Hmm
What would my first step be?

Pretty confused with this

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m - gradient
c - intercept

ok so it would be b or d?

whts the equation?

y= -3x + 3?

Correct!

6= -3(-1) + 3 ?

yeah

6=4 + 3
so that is not the answer?

That's the equation of the line parallel to y=-3x+12

-3 * -1 = +3

Not sure i understand quite yet

Am I wrong @Aureyliant ? :)

Everything looks correct… Although not sure because I didn't check the overall problem's answer.

@Aureyliant Can you explain it to kyle?

Kyle what part didn't you understand?

I got lost somewhere in the middle. Can you start from the beggining and work it out for me?

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You are given the coordinates of a point where the new line should pass.

alright

then we plug the options in?

so
b. y = −3x + 3

i plug -1 into x and 6 into y
?

thats what i was confused wit i thinkh

so b is the answer

thank you for the help

Did you understand it?

Ok go ahead. :)

Try doing it in another thread so others have the chance to gain medals.

oh i will sorry

No problem! :)