Mark J. answered • 12d

Semi-Retired Mechanical Engineer & Mathematician

Any line parallel to the line y = -6x + 2 will have a slope of -6

So, the equation of the parallel line will be y+3 = -6(x+2) or **y = -6x -15**

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Mark J. answered • 12d

Semi-Retired Mechanical Engineer & Mathematician

Any line parallel to the line y = -6x + 2 will have a slope of -6

So, the equation of the parallel line will be y+3 = -6(x+2) or **y = -6x -15**

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