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I will fan and medal! Write an equation of a line parallel to line GH below in slope-intercept form that passes through the point (−5, 6).

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    A. y= -x-1 B. y= x-1 C. y= -x+11 D. y= x+11

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    I have a few problems that I need help with :(

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    \[y= mx+b\] Slope for GH = y2 -y1/x2-x1 = 6-2 /-2-2 = 4/-4 = -1 Parallel lines have the same slope so the initial equation is \[6 = -1(5) +b\] \[6= -5+b\] \[6+5=b \] \[11=b \] equation is: \[y= -x +11\]

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    Thank you so much! Would you be willing to help me with a few more?

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    As in 2 more indeed :) but repost your question and tag me :)

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    Okay

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