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# Two lines with the same y-intercept are perpendicular

Determine weather the graphs of the given equation are parallel, perpendicular, or neither. Explain

# Two lines with different slopes are parallel

Determine weather the statement is always, sometimes, or never true. Explain

# y= -5x+9 5x+y = -21

Determine weather the graphs of the given equation are parallel, perpendicular, or neither. Explain

# x=1/4 y=1/10

Determine weather the graphs of the given equation are parallel, perpendicular, or neither. Explain

# y= -5x+9 5x+y= -21

Determine weather the graphs of the given equation are parallel, perpendicular, or neither. Explain

# (-2x²+3)-(x²-4)+(x+5)

I'm not sure how to simplify this.

# can someone help me with a homework problem?

A pond is being dug according to plans that have a scale of 1 in= 6.5 ft the maximum distance across the pond is 9.75 inches on the plans. what will be the actual maximum distance across the pond...

# 2x+4y=11 and -5x+3y=5

find the intersection of the lines

# Melissa drove at an average speed of 45 mi/h from her home in Memphis to visit her sister in Atlanta.

Melissa drove at an average speed of 45 mi/h from her home in Memphis to visit her sister in Atlanta. She stayed in Atlanta 10 hours, and on the trip back averaged 60 mi/h. She returned home 43 hours...

what is y?

# (8,-10);y= 3/4x+1

Write an equation in slope intercept form of the line that passes through th given point and is parallel to the graph of the given equation

# solve an equation with two variables ie: 32800 = 320n +340z

A nursing home has two daily rates, 320 for a semi room & 340 for a private room.  Total revenue is 32,800. How many days are there each for semi and private rooms.  (Answer is 60 semi & 40 private...

# (2,6); y= -3x+4

Write an equation in slope intercept form of the line that passes through the given and is parallel to the graph of the given equation

# (-1,3); y=2x-3

Write an equation in slope intercept form of the line that passes through the given and is parallel to the graph of the given equation

# Melissa drove at an average speed of 45 mi/h from her home in Memphis to visit her sister

Melissa drove at an average speed of 45 mi/h from her home in Memphis to visit her sister in Atlanta. She stayed in Atlanta 10 hours, and on the trip back averaged 60 mi/h. She returned home 43 hours...

# Simplify (x^-5*(y^-6*z^1)^2)/(x^4*y^-1*z^-2)

Simplify (x^-5*(y^-6*z^1)^2)/(x^4*y^-1*z^-2)