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Moderate

Parallel Lines and Constants

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Lines $ p $ and $ q $ are parallel. Line $ p $ is represented by the equation: $ cx -y = b$, where $ c $ and $ b $ are constants.

If line $ q $ has $ x $ -intercept $ \left( b,0 \right) $, then which of the following is a correct equation for line $ q $ ?

A

$ -cx + y = -cb $

B

$ cx -y = -b $

C

$ cy - x = b $

D

$ -cx + y = cb $