For me it is clearly A.

1) eqn y = mx + c

if y and x are same at a point, then lesser the m, greater the C.

a) If K's slope is negative and L's slope is negative then K's y-intercept is GREATER than that of L.

b) If K's slope is positive and L's slope is positive then K's y-intercept is GREATER than that of L.

Draw the following graphs:

2x - 1 (slope 2, y-intercept -1)

4x - 3 (slope 4, y-intercept -3)

The less the scope, the major is the interception

-2x + 3 (slope -2, y-intercept 3)

-4x + 5 (slope -2, y-intercept 5)

The less the scope, the major is the interception

SUFFICIENT

2) ok, but what about K? Without reference, without comparison.

NOT SUFFICIENT

Answer A

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