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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parallel lines have the same slope. what is the slope of the given line?
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so what's the slope?
hint: it is big and red !
Im Not Sure.
Oh Okay Lol Thanks!
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?
Im Confused Of How To Plug It In
"plugging in" is just another word for substitute
so for m, we'll "plug in" 2/3. get it?
Yes I Know That But Im Confused Of The Order To Plugging It In.
our point is (-6, -1). y1 is the y part of that point. and x1 is the x part of that point.