Help me please! I don't know how to do this..
write the equation of the line (in slope intercept form) that is parallel to the given line but which passes through the point (-3,4)
Also write the equation of the line line (in slop intercept form) that is perpendicular to the given line but which passes through (-3, 4)
the "given" line it's talking about is y=-2x+1 or (-4,7) and (1,-3)
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can you identify "slope " of the given line?
this is the info you will need to solve this:
parallel lines have the same slope;
if two lines are perpendicular, the product of their slopes is -1
so the parallel line has the same slope as my original line? this being -2? so how do I write the equations in slope intercept form?