Put in this form to see. Y = mX + c
9X + 3Y = 6
3Y = - 9X + 6
Y = - 3X + 2
The slope of the line you seek is - 3.
It equals the slope of the line y = -x. That's a pretty darn strong hint right there is what that is.
If it is parallel, it must have the same slope of the original line which is -5.
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.
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
Y = -2x + 5 so the slope of this equation, along with the slopes of parallel equations, is -2
Minus one half, (-1/2).
If you mean -x+y = 12 then y = x+12 and so the parallel line will have the same slope but with a different y intercept.
[ y = 2x + 5 ] has a slope of 2. [ y = 2 ] is a horizontal line ... its slope is zero. Their slopes are different, so they're not parallel.
6x + 3y = -9 So 3y = -6x - 9 or y = -2x - 3 So the slope of the given line is -2 Therefore, the slope a any parallel line is also -2.
Rewriting the equation 3x + y = 15 gives y = 15 - 3xThe slope of this and any parallel line is the x multiple, which in this case is -3
the slope of the line is -4
Y=2X+4. You must only change the plus blank...
The whole line 'shifts up' by two units, and is parallel to the original line (same slope)
The slope of the line of 2x plus 2y equals 7 is (7/2x - 1).
The slope is 1.
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
Parallel, the slope of the second equation is 4