EmmaH
•I NEED URGENT HELP PLEEEEEEASE!!Draw an x-axis and y-axis on the grid paper. Number each from -10 to 0 and 0 to 10.
•Graph the points (6, 9) and (-2, -3) on the grid paper using one of your colored pencils and connect them.
•Graph the points (1, -6) and (9, 6) using the other colored pencil, connecting as you go.
•Question 1. What kind of lines are these, perpendicular or parallel? i think that they are parallel.....also what is perpendicular i dont nead a klong explanation just help.
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CliffSedge
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EmmaH
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i did deast tell me the difference between parallel and perpendicular. i think parallel is side by side
EmmaH
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thank you peoples
cnknd
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parallel means if you extend the lines they will never touch
cnknd
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(but only if ur drawing on a flat surface)
EmmaH
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wait so i think this may eventualy be perpindicular am i right?
cnknd
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CliffSedge
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There is no such thing as 'eventually perpendicular.' they are either perpendicular or they are not.
EmmaH
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uh im not sure
CliffSedge
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May verify by finding slopes of both lines.
EmmaH
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hu i dont know how id do that
EmmaH
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uh i got 0/8 and -1......
EmmaH
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???
EmmaH
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@nincompoop ??
EmmaH
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i know what integers are i like aced the test this is different
EmmaH
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i feel stupid....
EmmaH
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guys please help
Callisto
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Have you graphed the points?
EmmaH
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yes
EmmaH
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the thing is the end point meet what does that mean?
Callisto
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I don't see the words ''the end point meet'' in your question..
EmmaH
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what do you meaqn?
Callisto
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Your question:
1. Draw an x-axis and y-axis on the grid paper. Number each from -10 to 0 and 0 to 10.
2. (a)Graph the points (6, 9) and (-2, -3) on the grid paper
(b) using one of your colored pencils connect them.
3. (a)Graph the points (1, -6) and (9, 6)
(b) using the other colored pencil, connecting as you go.
4. What kind of lines are these, perpendicular or parallel?
And you guess it's parallel, did I get this right?
EmmaH
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yes bcs it did not intercect but it did connect whats that mean?
Callisto
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:S
Connect two points: Draw a line between two points
Intercept: two lines cross each other at a point.
EmmaH
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oh so its perpendicular
Callisto
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EmmaH
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thank you so much!!!
Callisto
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When you have two lines, they either cross each other, or do not. If they do not, then they are parallel. If they cross each other, and the angle formed is 90 degrees, then they are parallel
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EmmaH
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alright i understand now thank you guys so much!
Callisto
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Callisto
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Btw, the two lines you graph are not perpendicular to each other.
EmmaH
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what why? they arent paralell
EmmaH
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so which is it?
Callisto
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They are parallel. You shouldn't see a intercepting point between the two lines, right?
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*frustrated