Find two sets of coordinates for two lines that when drawn create a pair of lines. Show the lines are either parallel or not parallel by showing your work with the slope formula for each line. Then, write an equation of a line parallel to one of the lines in slope-intercept form that contains the point (1,-3). You must show all work and steps to receive credit.
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I am just confused how to write an equation of a line parallel to one of the lines in the slope-intercept form that contains the point (1, -3).
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Ok, two parallel line must have the same slope .
Let use a random one like
Let's use slope equals to 3
Substituting the point (1,-3) value we get this equation
A parallel equation would be
ok so I should use that as my equation?
ok, I have one line at (5, 36) and (12, 30), so what would be an equation that is parallel?
The slope that i got for that line was 6/-7.