Determine the slope of (a) every line that is parallel to the given line and (b) every given line: x=-1/2y+3

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Determine the slope of (a) every line that is parallel to the given line and (b) every given line: x=-1/2y+3

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to start, solve the equation for y.
I have y=5x-4/2
x can be dependant on y :)

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that is wrong. just do the basic algebra to get everything from the right side to the left until y is the only thing left on the right side.
y = -2x - 3/2.....maybe
No matter what way I do it, I still end up getting the same thing
so your original equation first becomes x-3 = -1/2y
then you multiply both sides by -2
so you get y=-2x+6
I appreciate it very much. I just do not see where you multiply both sides by -2
I am just confused.
well you're trying to get rid of the -1/2 on the right side. to do this, you can multiply by -2. but remember that what you do to one side, you have to do to the other.
OKay, now that I understand. Thank you so much.
no problem. and from that new equation, you should be able to see the slope fairly easily. if not, look through your notes/textbook.
my voices in me head lied to me!! 3/2 ok, which one of you did it....

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