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Answered 2011-02-06 04:36:48

No because they don't have the same slope (9x & 3x)

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[ y = -2x + any other number ] is parallel to [ y = -2x + 6 ].



Nothing is parallel until it has something else to be parallel to.What you have so far is the sound of one hand clapping.Your equation is parallel to any other equation that saysy = -4x plus any other number besides 6





They are both parallel because the slope or gradient is the same but the y intercept is different.


Yes, they're parallel lines. Both slopes are 2.


The slope is ' 5 ', so both lines MUST be parallel.



If it is parallel, it must have the same slope of the original line which is -5.


Both lines would be parallel to each but the y intercept would change from 5 to 9



No - but it is a straight line graph !


In a parallel world where nothing is quite as it seems.


Because the slope of these lines are the same, they are parallel. One crosses the y-axis at 7 and the other at -7. When written in this manner the number in front of the x is the slope.


[ y = 2x plus or minus any number ] is parallel to it. [ y = -0.5x plus or minus any number ] is perpendicular to it.


The lines are parallel, but not the same.


This is impossible because if each side has to equal each other, the left side will always be eight more than the other


They are all lines. Their equations are written in the slope-intercept form, where we clearly can see if they just intersect, or are perpendicular to each other, or parallel, or coincide.


y = 3x plus any constant number.


The equation of such a line is [ Y = -4x plus any number].


zero solutions. If you plot these two lines, you will see that they are parallel and do not intersect.



12x-5y+3 = 0 => y = 2.4x+0.6 24x-10y-7 => y = 2.4x-0.292 rounded to 3 d.p. Both lines have the same slope but different y intercepts therefore they are parallel to each other.