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# Find the equation

I need help with this please. It says finds the equation of a line that passes through (3,-7) and is parallel to y =-5x+2.

# Teacher just gave us answer... Not enough practice

I have a test today and here are a few questions I have the answers to but I don't know how the teacher got there. He takes too long teaching one problem that at the end leaves us confused. Please...

# the slope-intercept form of the line passing through the point (3,-6) and parallel to the line y=-4x+3

how do you do this? i need help, a lot of help bc i don't know how to do this omg

# Write an equation in point slope form for a line containing the point (2,3) and parallel to each of the following lines

I'm trying to put x+y=1 in point slope form and then find the parallel to that using the point (2,3)

# 2(x+1)/3=6/5 what is the answer?

what is the answer ? please slove for x please !!!!!!!!! I hate this problem I can't believe it aaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhh

# Which line is parallel to the line that passes through the points (-1, 2) and (5, -4)?

its hard and help would be nice

7x-4y=4 x-4y=3

# y=1over 4 x+2;y=4;y=4x;y=1over 4 x

identify which lines are parallel

# y=1over 4 x+2;y=4;y=4x;y=1over 4 x

identify which lines areparallel

# graph a line parallel to 2x-4y=5

graph a line parallel to the line 2x-4y=5 that contains the point (0,3). Write the equation of the line in standard form. Label all the intercepts of the line

# Two lines with different slopes are parallel

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

# Find an equation for the line parallel

Find an equation for the line parallel to y=10x+2 and goes through the point (-8,6). Write your answer in the form y=mx+b. y=

# Tell whether the lines for the pair of equations are parallel, perpendicular, or neither.

Tell whether the lines for the pair of equations are parallel, perpendicular, or neither y = –2/3x + 1 2x – 3y = –3

# how do i find the slope of a line paralell to y=3x+5?

Its California Algebra 1

i need help asap

# Put the following two equations in slope-intercept form and show that they are Parallel.

Put the following two equations in slope-intercept form and show that they are Parallel.2x + 3y = 7 and 4x+6y = 11.

# How can you determine if two straight lines are either parallel or they are perpendicular by merely working on their general equations alone

How can you determine if two straight lines are either parallel or they are perpendicular by merely working on their general equations alone

# which equation represents the line that contains the point (-3,14) and is parallel to the line 2x+y=5 explain

It contains the point (-3,14) and is parallel to the line 2x+y=5

# Parallel or Coincident lines

Which of the following pair of equations form parallel lines? and which form coincident lines? Please explain how you can tell which is which. 1. 2x + 2Y = 90 Parallel or Coincident? Why?   ...