anonymous
  • anonymous
Write an equation of a line parallel to y = 2 over 3x −5 in slope-intercept form that passes through the point (−6, −1). y= 2 over 3x + 3 y= 2 over 3x − 6 y= −3x − 1 y= 3x + 6
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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AriPotta
  • AriPotta
parallel lines have the same slope. what is the slope of the given line?
misty1212
  • misty1212
\[\huge y =\color{red}{\frac{2}{3}}x-5\]
misty1212
  • misty1212
like that?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes
AriPotta
  • AriPotta
so what's the slope?
misty1212
  • misty1212
hint: it is big and red !
anonymous
  • anonymous
Im Not Sure.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh Okay Lol Thanks!
AriPotta
  • AriPotta
so we know our answer will have a slope of 2/3, and go through the point (-6, -1). we can plug that information into point-slope form, which is y - y1 = m(x - x1) where y1 is the y-coordinate of the point, x1 is the x-coordinate of the same point, and m is slope what do you get once you plug that in?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Im Confused Of How To Plug It In
anonymous
  • anonymous
@aripotta
AriPotta
  • AriPotta
"plugging in" is just another word for substitute
AriPotta
  • AriPotta
so for m, we'll "plug in" 2/3. get it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes I Know That But Im Confused Of The Order To Plugging It In.
AriPotta
  • AriPotta
what's y1?
AriPotta
  • AriPotta
our point is (-6, -1). y1 is the y part of that point. and x1 is the x part of that point.
AriPotta
  • AriPotta
points are in the form of (x,y)...
AriPotta
  • AriPotta
are you there? @jaygamble

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