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sarah_hendrix7 Group Title

Please help! Find an equation of the line parallel to 5x +4y =- 2 containing the point (3, –1).

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    sorry i dont know:(

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    first find slope of 5x+4y=-2

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    slope of this line is same as that of parallel line

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    then use y-y1=m (x-x1) wher ( x1,y1) are (3,-1)

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