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what is the equation of line parallel to y=4x+6 and passing through (4,6)...kindly explain method

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For parallel lines the gradients will be equal. Can u tell me the gradient of the required line?
the equation of any line parallel to the given one is y=4x + c, where c is a constant
what does gradient mean? i just know slope

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slope=gradient
@sritama how to find c
okay
slope of this given line =4 ??
as the line passes through (4,6), put the values in the place of x and y and solve for c
okay wait
ya nw. |dw:1347641685769:dw| Nw solve for y.
is the value of C= -10?? and line is y=4x-10???
ya u r right.:)
thank you ...
yw:)
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right u r..

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