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I WILL FAN/GIVE YOU A MEDAL/WRITE A TESTIMONIAL FOR YOU IF YOU HELP ME!! ANSWERS BELOW~! Select the equations that are parallel and perpendicular to y = x + 5 and that pass through the point (-2, -1).

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    parallel: y = -x - 1 perpendicular: y = x + 2 parallel: y = x - 1 perpendicular: y = -x + 1 parallel: y = x + 1 perpendicular: y = -x - 3 parallel: y = 2x - 2 perpendicular: y = -2x - 1

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    @jim_thompson5910

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    @phi

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    A line parallel to: y = x + 5 will have same slope.

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    so do i have to like use y-y1=m(x-x1) for all of them to find which one has the same slope

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    Yes. One equation can be found out by: y - (-1) = 1(x-(-2))

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    then in case there is two with the same slope, the reciprocal will be the slope of the perpendicular line right?

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    The first one will be with same slope. The second one will be the reciprocal one. Which will be -1.

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    thanks!

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