y= 2x + 4 2y = x + 4 2x + 2y =4 2x - y =4

y= 2x + 4 2y = x + 4 2x + 2y =4 2x - y =4

y=-x-9 y=-x-7

Prove whether the lines are parallel, perpendicular, or neither. Show your work and explain your reasoning. x+y=1 4x+4y=1

To find the equation through 4,1 and parallel to the line through 7,3 and 5,-1

find slope

Through: (0, 5), parallel to y = 2x + 1

3x + y - 1 = 0

0 = 4y - 16 - 3x

Parallel to y = x - 1 Y - interecept: 3/4 Equation needs to be in slope-interecept form

Parallel to y = -3x + 7 Y - intercept: 0 Equation needs to be in slope-interecept form

Parallel to y = 2x - 5 y-intercept: 1/3 Equation needs to be in slope-interecept form

Make a conjecture about the measures of Consecutive Interior Angles formed by parallel lines and a transversal

Make a conjecture (hypothesis) about the measures of Alternate Exterior angles formed by parallel lines and a transversal

Make a conjecture about the measures of Alternate Interior Angles formed by parallel lines and a transversal

Make a conjecture (hypothesis) about the measures of Corresponding Angles formed by parallel lines and a transversal

Find the values of the variables (properties of parallel lines): x degree y degree and 3y degree

Can someone solve this for me thanks!

This is all the information the question gives and asks me. I'm not quite sure what "point-slope" is either, but I think that if I'm looking for a parallel line the slope should be the same...

Distance between line P and L. Line L has points, (6,5) and (2,3) and P has coordinates(2,5)

Explain formula to find distance between two parallel lines

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