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: y = 7 then there is no slope and the line will be parallel to the x axis
The line y = 6 is horizontal and has a slope of zero, as does any line that is parallel to it.
Parallel. They both have a slope of 4.
[ 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.
The slope is 5. Parallel lines always have the same slope.
The line 'Y = - 3' has a slope of zero. Any line parallel to it also has a slope of zero. The line parallel to it with a Y-intercept of 7 is: Y = 7
The slope is ' 5 ', so both lines MUST be parallel.
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.
Any line with a slope of 1 is parallel to y=x-3.
Parallel, the slope of the second equation is 4
The line y=2, and all lines parallel to the x axis, have a slope of 0. The formula for this line in particular can be expressed as y=0x +2.
It equals the slope of the line y = -x. That's a pretty darn strong hint right there is what that is.
As long as there are no exponents and your slope (ie 3) is a constant number, then it is parallel if the y-intercept is different.
They are both parallel because the slope or gradient is the same but the y intercept is different.
All parallel lines have a zero slope.
It has no slope and it is a horizontal line parallel to the x axis on the Cartesian plane.
The slope of both lines is 8. So they're parallel.
1, it will have the same slope but the y intercept will be different.