If it's parallel then it will have the same slope of -5
The slope is 5. Parallel lines always have the same slope.
It has the same slope as the line in the question. If a line has equation y = mx + c, its slope is m. If the line in question is y = 5x + 3, the slope of a parallel line is 5; If the line in question is y + 5x = 3 → y = -5x + 3 (subtract 5x from both sides), the slope of a parallel line is -5.
Parallel slopes have the same exact slope as the other parallel lines. In this case your first line is y=5x-1 this has a slope of 5. Therefore any parallel line will have a slope of 5. Its just that these parallel lines have different y-intercepts and x-intercepts.
If it is parallel, it must have the same slope of the original line which is -5.
To answer this question we need to first get the slope of the line 5x-4y=9 by rearranging it in the form of y=mx+b: 5x-4y=9 4y=5x-9 y=(5/4)x-9/4 Since the slope of parallel lines are negative reciprocals of each other, the negative reciprocal of 5/4 is -4/5, therefore the slope of a line parallel to the line 5x-4y=9 is -4/5
a like that is parallel to the line y - 5x = 10 will have the same slope as y - 5x = 10. the slope of a line is determined by the standard form of a linear equation y = mx + b where m is the slope. we need to get our equation to look like the standard form. y - 5x = 10 y = 10 + 5x (adding 5x to both sides) comparing this to our standard form y = mx + b the number in front of the x is our slope. in this particular equation m = 5 the slope of a like parallel to this line will be the same, a slope of 5
You are missing a - or + sign. The answer is 5/2 though. :)
Get in slope intercept form. 3X + 5Y = 15 5Y = -3X + 15 Y = -3/5X + 3 -3/5 is the slope of this line and the line parallel to this line
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
[ y = 5x plus or minus any number ] is parallel to [ 5x = y - 12 ], since parallel lines have the same slope.5x = y - 12y = 5x + 12 (slope is 5)
The slope is ' 5 ', so both lines MUST be parallel.
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.
The slope is -5. y=-5x comes from y=mx+b. Where m=slope, and b is the y-intercept.
The slope is 5 and the intercept is -6
it should actually look like this- 5x - y = 11 sorry
5x = y-2 y = 5x+2 Any line with the equation y=5x+b will be parallel. ■
The slope of any line parallel to the line described is -5. Solution: 45x+9y=36. Solve for y. 9y=36-45x. y= -5x+4 m=-5
It is a straight line. standard form is y = mx + b where m = slope 3x - 6y = 12 6y = 3x -12 y = .5x -2 any other line with slope = 0.5 would be parallel to it
the slope of a perpendicular line is always the negative reciprocal of the original equation. the slope of the perpendicular line of 5x-7 is -(1/5) the original slope was 5.
If: y = 2/5x+10 then the perpendicular slope is -5/2x or -2.5x
If you mean: y = -5x then the slope of the line is -5 and there is no y intercept
That line has a slope of 5; any line with a slope of -1/5 would be perpendicular.
- 5X + 25Y = 0 25Y = 5X Y = (1/5)X ============
y = -5x + 9 is the equation of a straight line. It cannot be parallel or perpendicular by itself, you need another line to compare it to.