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What is the equation of line parallel to y = -7/6x + 10 (0,4)

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Hi Daniella;
y = (-7/6)x + 10...(0,4)
The equation is in the format of...
m is the slope.
b is the y-intercept, the value of y when x=0.
The line parallel to this has the same slope, different y-intercept.
y = (-7/6)x + b
The one point provided is the y-intercept.
y = (-7/6)x + 4