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put them both in the form y=mx+b, if m is equal for both, they are parallel. If you can flip m of one equation and change it's sign and it equals the m of the other, they are perpendicular. If neither of these conditions exists, it's neither parallel or perpendicular
I am terrible at these that is why I am asking for help. I just seem to not be able to work these very good.
this locked up on me again.
For perpendicular check, you multiply both m's, if they equal -1 they are perpendicular, do u know how to put them into y=mx+b format?
move y to one side and isolate it....3x+4y=8... 4y=8-3x...y=(8-3x)/4...y=2-3/4x...y=-3/4x+2....the number atached to x is your m
ok still lost
is that a fraction or is it -3 divided by 4x?
ok so (-3/4) = -.75 right? times x
just need and answer
well yeah, but you have to compare (-3/4) to the m of your other equation to see if they are parallel or perpendicular
I just come here to get quick answers since I have a bunch of these to do and I suck at this.
they are parallel dude, they both have a slope of -3/4