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What is the slope and y-intercept of the line represented by the equation below?

13x - 8y = 12

A. slope = 13/8 ; y-intercept = -3/2
B. slope = -13/8; y-intercept = 3/2
C. slope = 13/8; y-intercept = 3/2
D. slope = -13/8; y-intercept = -3/2

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