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Maddiie

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Again can someone explain in steps how to do this? Without graphing,determine whether the following pairs of lines are (a)parallel (b)perpendicular, or (c) neither parallel nor perpendicular 5x-6y=19 6x+5y=-30

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  1. anonymous
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    express the two equations like this y=ax+b (a and b are just numbers) the slope of the line will be: a if they are the same than they are parallel if they are the same with different signs (+-) than they are perpendicular if they are completely different than there is no connection

  2. anonymous
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    there perpendicular maddie :)

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