Write an equation that passes through (-5,-4) and is parallel to y=-2x-10

Write an equation that passes through (-5,-4) and is parallel to y=-2x-10

Write an equation of a line that passes through (5,20) and is perpendicular to y=1/2x+8

You have a polygon on a coordinate plane that you must use a minimum number of reflection to get the polygon back to its original orientation and location. The one rule is that you can’t redo previous...

Write an equation of a line that passes through (3,9) and is parallel to y=4x-8

This is geometry and triangles

Trapezoid ABCD is shown. A is at negative 5, 1. B is at negative 4, 3. C is at negative 2, 3. D is at negative 1, 1. (x,y)→(y,-x); A' is at (1, 5) (x,y)→(y,x); A' is at (1, -5) (x,y)→(-x,y);...

How does line a relate to line b and line c? Line a: y= -2x-3 Line b: 2y=x+10 line c: 2x + y=14

What can you say about the lines that pass through the given points? Line 1: (1,0) and (8,0) Line 2: (10,10) and (11,11) Line 3: (3,6) and (3,10)

What type of line segment would you find the length of to determine the shortest distance between parallel lines?

What would be the equation for line that passes through the point (-1,2) and is perpendicular to the line y= -2x+14.92?

Given AB||CD; EC=ED Prove: <1=<2 There is only one triangle with C and D on the bottom and 1 and 2 on the top. There is a straight line above the triangle which is AB and has a...

hypotenuse here is 15

<1 &<2 form a linear pair. <2&<3 are supplementry prove <1 ~ <3

Write an equation that passes through (2,0) and is parallel to y=-1/2x+6

there are 5 awnsers

find the equation of a plane parallel to x axix passing through points (3,1,1) and (1,-2,3)

how do i find the ratio

The parallel sides of a trapezoid have lengths m and n. The diagonals of the trapezoid divide the midline into three pieces. In terms of m and n, find the lengths of these pieces.

Given: RS=8 RS=TV RT=15 Prove: SV=15

rapezoid ABCD is reflected over the line y = x. What rule shows the input and output of the reflection, and what is the new coordinate of A'? Trapezoid ABCD is shown. A is at...