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Which of the following lines is parallel to line \(x = 6 - 3y\)?
A. \(3x=1-3y\) B. \(y=\frac{x}{3}+2\) C. \(y=3x+2\) D. \(y=-\frac{x}{3}+4\) E. \(y=-3x+4\)
Parallel lines have the same slope. Rewrite \(x = 6 - 3y\) as \(y=-\frac{1}{3}x+2\). So, we have that the slope of the line is \(-\frac{1}{3}\) (coefficient of \(x\)). Only the line from option D has the same slope.