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Pretest - Math 10. Given the two equations below, determine which statement best describes the graph of the equations: y = 1/6x + 7 y = 1/6x + 16 A The two lines given by the above equations are perpendicular. B The two lines given by the above equations are parallel. C The two lines given by the above equations coincide. D The two lines given by the above equations intersect (but are not perpendicular).

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both have 1/6, which means parallel ... B
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The two lines has the same slope so the above equations are parallel.

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