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Determine whether the line through P1 and P2 is parallel, perpendicular, or neither parallel nor perpendicular to the line through Q1 and Q2. P1 (2, 0), P2 (4, 7), Q1 (3, 1), Q2 (5, 8)

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  1. anonymous
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    find the slope of the two line. for the line passing from P1 and P2 will be: (7-0)/(4-2)=3.5 and for the line passing from Q1 and Q2 the slope will be: (8-1)/(5-3)=3.5 both line have the same slope so they are parallel

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    You are amazing ABCd!! thank you thank you thank you so so much!!!

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    lol.

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