anonymous
  • anonymous
Find the distance between the pair of parallel lines, y = -2x+1 & y = -2x+16. Choose one answer. a. square root of 45, or appx 6.7 b. 15 c. square root of 54, or appx 7.3 d. square root of 50, or appx 7.1
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Distance between two parallel line is given by the algorithm \[\left| c1-c2\div \sqrt{a ^{2}+ b ^{2}} \right|\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
let me give you a hint, the answer will be in square root. :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol thanks tht narrows it down

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anonymous
  • anonymous
wat does c1 and c2 stand for? what do i plug in there?
anonymous
  • anonymous
your most welcome... and remember since both the lines are parallel the value of a and b in both the equation will always be the SAME!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
c1 is the constant of the first equation and c2 s the constant of second equation.. since your using modulus,i.e,absolute value of it.. IT doesn't matter which equation you choose as first or second..
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  • anonymous
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