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Find the equation of the line that passes through ( 5, 4 ) and is parallel to the line with?
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the equation y = 3x + 7.
A] y=1/3x+5 [B] y=7x+3 [C] y=-1/3x-5 2/3 [D] y=1/3x+5 [E] None of these
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