anonymous
  • anonymous
what is the slope of a line parallel to the line with equation: 5x-y=11
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A line parallel will have the same slope, so just get it into y=mx+b form, identify the slope (m), and you have your answer. Let me know if you'd like to see it fully worked out.
anonymous
  • anonymous
can you please
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sure! First, you want the y on the left side so subtract 5x from both sides to get: -y=-5x+11 Then multiply everything by -1 so you get positive y on the left: y=5x-11 Now it is in y=mx+b form, where m is the slope. So: m=5 The slope of a line parallel to this one will have the same m value, so 5.

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