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HELP!! Write the equation of the line which passes through (5, –2) and is parallel to x = 4

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    @lgbasallote

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    @UnkleRhaukus @.Sam.

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    Show work!

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    You know that x=4 is a straight line, |dw:1351089891401:dw|

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    It says that the line is parallel to the line we want to find, so the gradient is zero for both of these lines. Now you have the point (5, –2) and gradient=0, use this formula to setup a new equation: \(y-y_1=m(x-x_1)\)

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    thanks!

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