What is the slope of a line that is parallel to the line whose equation is y=4/5x-3


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Step-by-step explanation: For a line to be parallel to another line there must be two conditions true.

Condition 1: Both lines must have the same slope (i.e the same x in the form y = mx + b)

Condition 2: Both lines must have different y-intercepts (i.e different b in the form y = mx + b)

Thus, if you are looking for the slope of the line parallel to y = 4/5x - 3, we can look at condition 1, and see that the slope should also be 4/5 for the other line.

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