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equation 4x = 5y + 7. You want to find a line that has that point and is parallel to that line. You must first convert that equation into the y = mx + b form. 5y = 4x - 7; y = 4x/5 - 7/5; we know that a parallel line has a slope that is the same which would be 4/5. Do you know how to find the y intercept

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