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Gabylovesyou
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IF U HAVE TO EQUATIONS USING MX + B how can u tell if they r parallel
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Gabylovesyou Group Title
IF U HAVE TO EQUATIONS USING MX + B how can u tell if they r parallel
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zhiyuan3yu5 Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
hint: slope
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wht i it?
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please its an on the phone test/...... whats the answer?
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if the \(m\) in one is the same as the \(m\) in the other for example \[y=3x+2,y=3x4\] are parallel, while \[y=3x+2,y=5x+2\] are not
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what if they r perpendicular
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@satellite73
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PLEASEEEEEE NOWWWWWW
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@zhiyuan3yu5
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@satellite73 PLEASE ITS A PHONE TESTTTTT I NEED THE ANSWER NOWWW pleasee i beg :;(
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if perpendicular slope would be negative reciprocal
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