To determine if two lines are parallel or perpendicular, you have to look at the slopes. For the line y=kx+b, k is the slope.
For two lines y=k1x+b1 and y=k2X+b2 ,When K1=K2, two lines are parallel; when K1=-1/k2, two lines are perpendicular. It doesn't matter whatever b1, b2 are. Hence to save time, you only need to calculate k1 and k2.
To calculate the slope k of any line, you have to change the equation to y=kx+b
For -y=3x-2, k=3/(-1)=-3 (you divide -1 on each side of =, but you don't need to calculate -2/(-1))
For -6X+2y=6, K=6/2=3 (you first move the -6x to right side, it becomes 6x, then divide by 2)
Now you can get the answer: The two lines neither parallel nor perpendicular.