Commutative property of addition.

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Commutative property of addition.

The line parallel to a given one has the same coefficients in front of x and y, but different free term. So the equation for your line will have the following form: y-x=c, where c is to be found. Since this line must pass through point (9,4), its coordinates must satisfy the equation...

This is another way to find a distance between two parallel lines. This derivation was suggested to me by Andre and I highly recommend him and his answers to any student, who wants to learn math ans physics. This derivation requires the knowledge of trigonometry and some simple trigonometric identities, so this may be suitable for more advanced students. Once again, we have two... read more

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