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Determine whether the graphs of the two equations are parallel perpendicular or neither. Explain

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  1. Notamathgenius
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    2x - 5y =0 \[y + 3 = \frac{ 5 }{ 2 }\]

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    The first one i think is Parallel

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  3. locitalovesu
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    They are perpendicular to each other

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    The second one is parallel to the x axis

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    While the first one is not paralle with either that y or x axis

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    |dw:1368727795124:dw|

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    |dw:1368727803828:dw|

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    |dw:1368727838672:dw|

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    |dw:1368727857166:dw|

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    The slanted on is the first one The straight one is the second one

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    So i got it right then? 1.Neither 2.Perpendicular

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    are you sure the second equation isn't y+3 = (5/2)x ?

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  13. locitalovesu
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    No the fist one is perpendicular and the second one is parallel to the x axis

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    I did it exactly how it was written

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    |dw:1368728047294:dw|

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  16. annacn1024
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    if the second equation is y+3 = (5/2)x, then the two graphs are perpendicular to each other. If the second equation is y+3=5/2 then the two graphs are not related.

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    |dw:1368728066640:dw|

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    Ok thank you :)

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