Which choice is the equation of a line that has a y-intercept of –3 and is perpendicular to the line represented by this equation? y=2/3x+1

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The equation of a line that has a y-intercept of –3 and is perpendicular to the line represented by this equation of y=2/3x+1 is y = -3/2x - 3 .

The equation is y = -3/2x - 3 .

The equation is y = -3/2x - 3 .

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The equation of a line that passes through point (7, 3) and is parallel to the line represented by this equation of y=2/7x-3 is y - 3 = 2/7(x - 7).

Equation is y - 3 = 2/7(x - 7) .

Equation is y - 3 = 2/7(x - 7) .

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