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distance equation?

m=-4/3
y-9=-4/3(x-6)
y-9=-4/3x+8
y=-4/3x +17
(0, 5/3) and (6,9)
d=s.rt (6-0)^2+(9-5/3)^2
=9.47511

perhaps try this.

\[d=\frac{ \left| 4(6)+3(9)-5 \right| }{ \sqrt{4^2+3^2} }\]

been a while since I've done this so please correct me if i'm wrong

- oh the parallel line ! sorry

so was it right or wrong?

chrs00's method is correct and that comes to 9.2

yep

why did you use (0,5/3) on the original line?

distance=shortest distance

Chris00 formula gives you just that

you were given a point that did not lie on that line

ok

can u sketch it?

you can sketch it on the desmos web site

but i wouldnt get desmos to use in my test

the 2 parallel lines will look something like
|dw:1444387746919:dw|

ok

|dw:1444384572508:dw|

yea - did they give you that point (0. 5/3)?

no

i get that from the equation 4x+3y=5

ok

thank you both

: )

good luck in your studies