# SOLUTION: How do I solve? what line is parallel to 4x+2y=-3. A)4x+3=2y+3 B)6x+3y=-3 C)1/4x+1/2y=1/3 D)2x+4y=6

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 Question 144891This question is from textbook Prentice Hall Algebra1 : How do I solve? what line is parallel to 4x+2y=-3. A)4x+3=2y+3 B)6x+3y=-3 C)1/4x+1/2y=1/3 D)2x+4y=6This question is from textbook Prentice Hall Algebra1 Answer by Alan3354(30982)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!The slope is the ratio of the coefficients of X and Y. Changing the constant on the other side of the eqn only moves the line up and down. 4x+2y=-3 has a ratio of 2 ( x/y = 2) Only choice B has the same ratio.