The same. Parallel lines have the same slope.
If two lines are parallel and one has a slope of 1.3, what is the slope of the other line?
If they are parallel then the slope of the other line is also 7
If two lines are parallel, then they will both 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 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.
If you mean: 4x-2y = -3 then the slope of the line parallel to it will also have a slope of 2 but with a different y intercept
The slope of any parallel lines is always the same. Parallel means they are co-planar which means lie in the same plane, and never intersect. In order for the lines to not intersect you would need the same slope. In this case the answer is -2/3.
Any line that is parallel to another line will have the same slope. So if line AB's slope is zero and line CD is parallel to AB, then its slope will also be zero. The slope of line CD, when perpendicular to AB, will be infinity. If line AB has a slope of zero that means its just a horizontal line passing some point on the y-axis. A line that is perpendicualr to this one will pass through some point on the x-axis and therefore have an infinite slope.
No, you need either two points, one point and a slope, one point and a y-intercept, or a y-intercept an a slope. You can also write the equation of a line with an equation of another line but you would have to know if it is parallel or perpendicular.
If you mean: 4x-2y = -3 then in its slope-intercept form it is y = 2x+1.5 and the slope of the line parallel to it will also be 2 but with a different y intercept
The graph of [ x = 1 ] is a straight vertical line, parallel to the y-axis and one unit to the right of it. According to all the normal processes of naming the slope of a line on a graph, you would say that the slope of this line is "infinity", but the official way to say it is that the slope is "undefined".
Minus one half, (-1/2).
The two lines have identical slopes if they are parallel to each other. If y1 = mx1 + c is the equation for one line then y2 = mx2 + d is the equation of a parallel line where c ≠ d. "m" is the slope which is the same value in both equations.
Yes, parallel lines have the same slope. Parallel means that the lines go on forever and never cross - so, you could practically put one line on top of the other and it would have the same slope (how much it rises in relation to how far over it goes). The only difference between two lines that are parallel is their y-intercept (where they cross the y-axis).
No because one line would be going in one direction and the other line would be going in the other direction. Which would make one slope negative and the other slope positive.
y = -3x + 7 is an equation which gives us a line parallel to the line y = -3x + 1, or the line -3x - 1. The equation given represents the slope-intercept form of the equation for a line. Slope-intercept takes the form y = mx + b. In this form the the value of m represents the slope of the line, while b represents the Y intercept. All lines with the same slope are parallel (unless they're exactly the same.) So to find a parallel line, we simply adjust the Y intercept to any value other than the one given.
The slope of any line parallel to this line is the same as the slope of the line itself, by the definition of "parallel" 7x + 9y = 6 can be rewritten as y =(6 - 7x)/9. To find the slope of such a line, select two distinct values of x denoted x1 and x2, then calculate the corresponding values y1 and y2. The slope will then be equal to (y2 - y1)/(x2 - x1). For example, if x1 is zero, y1 = 6/9 = 2/3. If x2 is one, y2 = -(1/9). The slope is therefore: (- 1/9 - 2/3)/(1 - 0) = - (7/9).
Two lines are parallel if they never cross one another. Another way to tell if they are parallel is if they have the same slope. Also, if the same line intersects both of them at a 90 degree angle, they would be parallel (in other words, if both lines are perpendicular to a common line, they are paraellel).
since one parallel lines is perpendicular to another line, the other parallel line is perpendicular to the line as well. so the two would not be parallel, only the original two.
if they are parallel they run side by side forever and will never cross. if they are perpendicular they will cross at a 90 degree angle. You can also tell just by looking at the equations for the lines if they are in the slope-intercept form (y = mx + b, where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept). When two lines are parallel, they have the same slope. When two lines are perpendicular, the slope of one is the negative reciprocal of the slope of other. For example, a line with a slope of 2 is perpendicular to a line with a slope of -½, and a line with a slope of 1 is perpendicular to a line with a slope of -1. (y = 1 and x = 1 are perpendicular because the slope of y = 1 is zero, the slope of x = 1 is infinity, the reciprocal of infinity is zero, and negative zero equals zero.)
I don't exactly understand what you are trying to say in this question. However, one thing I can tell you about the slope of parallel lines is that they are equal. Parallel lines must have the same slope.
The speed of the object is represented by the slope of the line. So the slope at any given point would be the velocity. For example, a graph of y=3 would be a horizontal line and slope would be 0, so velocity is 0. For the line y=x, the slope of the line is one, so the velocity is one.
The slope of a line perpendicular to one with a slope of m is -1/m.
in a graph, a line with a zero slope is the one that is parallel to the x-axis. It is represented by an equation of the form y = a constant, independent of x values.
y = 0.75x+0.5 For the equation to be parallel the slope must be the same but the y intercept must be different