Alex F.

asked • 07/18/18

Find the equation of a line

Parallel to the line y = 3x+5 and has a y-intercept of -1 

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W. James H. answered • 07/18/18

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Extra note: if you were to want a line that is perpendicular instead of parallel, just make the two slopes to multiply out to -1.   So for example, a slope of 3 in one line would require a slope of -(1/3) in the other line, since 3 x  -(1/3) = -1    
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