Through: (-3,3), parallel to y=-1/3x

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  1. Shylar
    Since the line would be parallel, it would have the same slope as the equation above. So, you can plug this into point slope form and your equation would be: y-3=-1/3 (x+3) this would later be simplified to y=-1/3x+2 which is your final answer
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