# Please, can you give me the equation for a line that is parallel to y=-3x?

Y=-3x+10

The slope has to be the same (-3) and the Y-intercept (10)can be anything.

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The equation of a line parallel to ( y = -3x ) would have the same slope. Since the slope of ( y = -3x ) is -3, any line parallel to it would also have a slope of -3. Therefore, the equation of a line parallel to ( y = -3x ) can be expressed as ( y = -3x + b ), where ( b ) is the y-intercept.

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