The equations will have the same slope as y = 5x+9 but a different y intercept
Neither perpendicular nor parallel
It will be any of the equations that has the same slope of y = 5x+9 but with a different y intercept
Parallel straight line equations have the same slope but with different y intercepts
If you already know that x = -3 and y = 5 what linear equations are you wanting to solve?
A parallel equation has the same slope to the given equation. Note that your equation is in slope-intercept form; when an equation is solved for "y" (y = ...x + ...), the number in front of the "x" is the slope. Solve each of the other equations for "y" (if they are not already solved for "y"), and check the number in front of the "x".
It depends on what equations are given.
An equation has an equals sign ( = ). Equations assert the absolute equality of two expressions.
CPUs, when given mathematical equations, apply the laws of mathematics to those equations. The equation a = a is true by the reflexive property of equality.
Given point: (6, 7) Equation: 3x+y = 8 Parallel equation: 3x+y = 25
Neither because the value of the x slope has not been given nor have proper straight line equations been given
Equations are not linear when they are quadratic equations which are graphed in the form of a parabola
If they have the same slope or gradient of 2 but different y intercepts then they are parallel. You have not given enough information for a yes or no answer.
x - y = 1 y = x - 1 So any line with slope of 1 would be parallel to the given line. For example, y = x y = x + 3 y = x - 5 etc.
When one is given the chemical equations, one can easily balance them.
since a=5 you can put that into your equation of a+7=12 a=5 a+7=12 5+7=12 12=12 Correct So yes the given number is a solution to the given equation
All lines that have the same slope are parallel to each other. To determine which lines are parallel to the give equation, you must first have to determine the slope of the equation. Notice that your equation is written in y = mx + b form, where m represents slope. In this case, m = 2. Any equation with a slope of 2 is parallel to your given line. For examples of lines that would be parallel, the following are all parallel: y = 2x y = 2x + 1 y = 2x + 2 y = 2x + 100
There is only one equation that is given in the question and that equation is not a direct variation.
Both straight line equations will have the same slope or gradient but the y intercepts wll be different
The answer is the infinite set of coordinates, each of which represents a point of the line given by the equation.
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.
(a) rearrange one of the equations so that x or y is alone on one side of the equals sign.
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.
That would depend on the given system of linear equations which have not been given in the question
The Playfair Axiom (or "Parallel Postulate")