The slope of both lines will be the same.
Parallel lines have the same slope. So if you have a line with slope = 2, for example, and another line is parallel to the first line, it will also have slope = 2.
Parallel lines have the same slope. So if you know the slope of a line in question, or you can calculate it, then you know the slope of any line parallel to that line.
The slope is rise over run. If another line was parallel, the slope would be the same.
Line a is parallel to line b, m, and . Find .
That depends what else is given, but basically you must find another line that has the same slope. For example, in y = 5x + 3, 5 is the slope; any other line with the same slope is parallel, for instance, y = 5x + 10, or y = 5x - 2.
Well parallel lines have the same slopes....if you find the slope of a parallel that it the slope of the other line.....usaully you put this slope into Point-Slope Formula (y-1)= m(x-1) + 1 to find the answer as of Y=
For two lines to be parallel they must have the same slope. A line parallel to a line with slope -2 would have a slope of -2.
Sounds reasonable. If the lines are parallel, then their slopes are equal.
Parallel lines have the same slope. The slope of the second line is also 13.
if the slope of a line is 2/3, then the slope of a parallel line would be 2/3.
Slopes of parallel lines are all the same.If they are parallel, their formulae of the form "y = mx + b" will only differ in the b. The m will be constant.
The same. Parallel lines have the same slope.
2. Parallel lines have the same slope.
The slope of line AB will be 1/2. Two parallel lines will always have the same slope, so if you know the slope of one line that is parallel to another, you know the other line's slope.
The parallel line would also have a slope of zero (both are horizontal lines).
A vertical line has an undefined slope. For the line to be parallel to a vertical line, the slopes would have to be the same. Therefore, the line parallel to a vertical line also has an undefined slope.
It is also zero as parallel lines have the same slope
y = 4x + 2 Find the slope of a line parallel to the given equation. First, let's take a look at what it means to be parallel. The easiest way to look at it, is to think of railroad tracks. Parallel lines are the same distance apart for EVERY point on the line. This means, parallel lines will NEVER, ever cross. There will never be a point in common with both. Now think about how this will help us with our slope in the equation. Try to answer the following. Our parallel line will have: a) the same slope as the given line OR b) a different slope as the given line That's right, (a). If you're asked to find the equation/slope of a parallel line to a given line, the parallel line will always have the exact SAME slope as your given line! Since our given line y= 4x +2 has a slope of 4, the parallel line to y = 4x +2 will also have a slope of 4. Remember, the general form of a linear equation is y = mx +b, where m = slope and b = y-intercept.
Well since the lines are parallel they would have the same slope. And the slope of any horizontal line is 0. The slope of a vertical line is undefined.
the slope is infinite because you have a vertical line. To find a parallel line, the formula would be "x= any number" because that would also give you a vertical line.
The graph of [ y = 4x + 2 ] is a straight line with a slope of 4.Any line with a slope of 4 is parallel to that one, and any line parallel to that one has a slope of 4.
Calculate the slope of the given line. Any line parallel to it will have the same slope.
If both lines are parallel then they will have the same slope but with different y intercepts
Parallel lines have the same slope.
The slope of a line and of a line parallel to it is the same.