# How do you find the equation of the line that passes through (2,-1) and parallel to 2x-3y=5?

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#### Explanation:

First, rewrite the equation in intercept form:

Where

Begin to isolate

Divide both sides of the equation by

The slope of this line is

To find another equation that is parallel to this equation, you have to use that slope because parallel lines have the same slope.

To find the equation using the given slope and given set of points, plug the numbers into point slope form:

Where

Distribute

Subtract

Now, notice that the slope of this equation is the same as the other equation, so that means that the two equations create two lines that are parallel to eachother