Tumblewolf
  • Tumblewolf
Will fan and medal!! Linear Algebra help Write the standard form of the line that is parallel to 2x + 3y = 4 and passes through the point (1, -4). Include your work in your final answer.
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
3y=4-2x
anonymous
  • anonymous
Move the left side to the right to get standard form 2x+3y=4 -> 3y=4-2x remember to change the value to the opposite
Tumblewolf
  • Tumblewolf
I've been playing around and keep getting 6x+3y=10 but that doesn't seem right to me

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anonymous
  • anonymous
doesnt seem like it, But i'm not sure how you would get it through 1 -4
anonymous
  • anonymous
I just forgot how
Tumblewolf
  • Tumblewolf
I did y-(-4)=-2/3(x-1) y=-2/3x+2/1 - 4 y=-2/3x-10/3 then for the conversion went y+2/3x=-10/3 2/3x+y = -10/3 6x+3y+-30/3 6x+3y=-10
anonymous
  • anonymous
actually its very close
Tumblewolf
  • Tumblewolf
Where did I go wrong?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hold on let me double check
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah your right there
anonymous
  • anonymous
What you wrote is a bit confusing tho
anonymous
  • anonymous
I mean how you wrote it
Tumblewolf
  • Tumblewolf
So i need to clarify how I wrote it? I have to submit the work along with the answer

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