It will be any of the equations that has the same slope of y = 5x+9 but with a different y intercept
The equations will have the same slope as y = 5x+9 but a different y intercept
Parallel straight line equations have the same slope but with different y intercepts
Y = -2x + 5 so the slope of this equation, along with the slopes of parallel equations, is -2
y equals 4x+1 is a parallel line to y equals 4x.
The Playfair Axiom (or "Parallel Postulate")
Both straight line equations will have the same slope or gradient but the y intercepts wll be different
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Euclid's parallel postulate.
Neither: because one line, by itself, can be neither parallel or perpendicular. These characteristics are relevant only in the context of another line (or lines). The given line is parallel to some lines and perpendicular to others.
One way is to draw a straight line from the constructed line to the given line. If the lines are parallel, than the acute angle at the given and constructed line will be the same as will be the obtuse angles at the given and constructed line.
Calculate the slope of the given line. Any line parallel to it will have the same slope.
x + y = 6x + y = 2These two equations have no common point (solution).If we graph both equations, we'll find that each one is a straight line.The lines are parallel, and have no intersection point.
No, they are perpendicular.
A system of equations will have no solutions if the line they represent are parallel. Remember that the solution of a system of equations is physically represented by the intersection point of the two lines. If the lines don't intersect (parallel) then there can be no solution.
Neither because the value of the x slope has not been given nor have proper straight line equations been given
4x+y = 14 will be parallel to the above equation because the slope or gradient remains the same but the y intercept changes.
[A Parallel line is a straight line, opposite to another, that do not intersect or meet.] Ie. Line 1 is Parallel to Line 2. ------------------------------------------------- <Line 1 ------------------------------------------------- <Line 2
The line y = 6 is horizontal and has a slope of zero, as does any line that is parallel to it.
Assume there are no lines through a given point that is parallel to a given line or assume that there are many lines through a given point that are parallel to a given line. There exist a line l and a point P not on l such that either there is no line m parallel to l through P or there are two distinct lines m and n parallel to l through P.
Given point: (6, 7) Equation: 3x+y = 8 Parallel equation: 3x+y = 25
Write an equation in slope-intercept form for the line that passes through the given point and is parallel to the given line (-7,3); x=4
By looking st two linear equations you can tell that the corresponding lines are parallel when the slope is the same. The slope controls where the line is.
Algebra: If given two equations of a line, then you can assume that they are in the same plain. If the two slopes are equal, then the lines are parallel.Geometry: If given two lines in the same plane that never intersect, then these two lines are parallel. If the lines are in different planes, but never intersect, then the lines are skew.So, both definitions use lines and a plane. The answer is yes.