• anonymous
WILL MEDAL AND FAN.write the standard form of the equation of the line parallel to the graph of x-2y-6=0 and passing through c(0,1)
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  • Owlcoffee
There is an interesting property, say we have two lines (r1) and (r2), we will call them parallel as long as they satisfy the following condition: \[m _{r_1}=m _{r_2}\] Yes, so their slope must be equal in order for them to satisfy their parallelism. So, on the line \[x-2x-6=0\] We can calculate the slope by taking it to the form: \(y=mx+c\)

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