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Line 1 is described by the equation 3y - 2x = -3. Line 2 goes through the origin and intersects line 1 at x=6. What equation describes line 2?
Step 1. At x=6 then to find y substitute into 3y-2x=-3
Add 12 to both sides of the equation
Divide 3 to both sides of the equation
Step 2. The intersection point is (6,3)
Step 3. We can find the equation of line 2 with these two points: (0,0) and (6,3).
Step 4. Slope
and y-intercept b=0 since it passes through the origin (0,0)
Step 5. ANSWER: The equation is
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