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line contains points (2, -2) and (-4, 1). Another line graphed in the same coordinate plane contains points (1, 2) and (-3, 4). Based on the slopes of these lines, are they parallel, perpendicular or neither?

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Ok so first we have to the slope of both lines
Do you remember the formula?
y2-y1/x-x1

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\( (2,-2)=(x_1,y_1)\) \((-4,1)=(x_2,y_2)\)
Parallel
\( \large {1-(-2) \over -4-(2)}=\frac{3}{6}=\frac{1}{2}\)
ughhh its -1/2 i forgot the negative
Parellel?
Try to find the slope of the second line Use the same process
I got parellel
Yes the lines are parallel since tehy both have the same slope but like i am assuming you have to solve it not just say its parallel

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