Algebra I Parallel and Perpendicular lines
 Determine whether the pair of equations is parallel, perpendicular or neither. parallel perpendicular  neithery = 3x + 4y = -3x - 1 Determine whether the pair of equations is parallel, perpendicular or neither. parallel perpendicular  neithery = ½x - 4y = -2x - 1 Determine whether the pair of equations is parallel, perpendicular or neither. parallel perpendicular  neithery = 3x + 4y = -3x - 1 Determine whether the pair of equations is parallel, perpendicular or neither. (Hint: Solve for y then look for the coefficient of x) parallel perpendicular  neithery = 5x + 210x - 2y = 6 Given the equation y = 3x -5. Write an equation, inslope-intercept form, of a line that is parallel and goes through the point ( 2, 4). (Hint: use y = mx + b, substitute the given point then solve for b)y = x - Given the equation y = -¼x -5. Write an equation,in slope-intercept form, of a line that is perpendicular and goes through the point ( 4, 3). (Hint: use y = mx + b, substitute the given point then solve for b. Then don't forget to take the negative reciprocal to the line perpendicular to the given line.)y = x -
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