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# Find the equation of the line satisfying the given conditions, giving it in slope-intercept form if possible.Through $(3,-2)$, parallel to $2 x-y=5$

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Two lines are parallel if their slope are equal. Change the given equation into slope-intercept form. $y=mx+b$

\begin{aligned} 2x-y&=5\\ -y&=-2x+5\\ \dfrac{-y}{-1}&=\dfrac{-2x}{-1}+\dfrac{5}{-1}\\ y&=2x-5 \end{aligned}

The slope in the equation is $2$.

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