(UNIT 6) RECOVERY #11
 Parallel lines have the __________ slope. Which lines are parallel?A and BA and CB and CA and DLine A: y=1/2x+2Line B: y=-1/2x+7Line C: y=2x+4Line D: y=1/2x+5/4 What is the slope of a line PARALLEL to the graph?Don't forget tosimplify the slope. Find the slope of a line parallel to y=1/2x+3. Which lines are parallel to each other?J and MK and LJ and LK and MLine J: y=2/3x+1/2Line K: y=1/2x+2/3Line L: y=2/3x+3/2Line M: y=3/2x+1/2 Substitute m, x, and y               into y=mx+bFind the equation of the line parallel to the line graphedthat passes through the point (1,1).m=add or subtracty=x=solve for bmultiplyleave as a fractionWhen substituting,put the x inparenthesis. Forexample 2=2(1)+by=mx+bParallel Equationleave m and b as a fraction Write an equation of the line that is parallel to y=1/2x+3and passes through the point (10,-5).Substitute m, x, and y               into y=mx+bm=add or subtractsolve for bmultiplyy=mx+bx=When substituting, put the x inparenthesis. For example 2=2(1)+bParallel Equationy= Perpendicular lines have __________ slopes. Which lines are perpendicular?A and CA and BB and CA and DLine A: y=1/2x+2Line B: y=-1/2x+7Line C: y=-2x+4Line D: y=1/2x+5/4 Write an equation of the line that is perpendicular to y=1/2x+3 and passes through the point (10,-5).Substitute m, x, and y               into y=mx+bm=add or subtractsolve for bmultiplyy=mx+bx=When substituting, put the x inparenthesis. For example 2=2(1)+bPerpendicular Equationy= Write an equation of the line that is perpendicular to y=1/3x+6 and passes through the point (2,-3).Substitute m, x, and y               into y=mx+bm=add or subtractsolve for bmultiplyy=mx+bx=When substituting, put the x inparenthesis. For example 2=2(1)+bPerpendicular Equationy= Find the distance between the two labeled points.(Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary.A                      BType the ordered pairs.A**Remember**1) No spaces.2) To type an exponent,use the ^ button.B What is the approximate distance from point D to the origin?(Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary.D                      originType the ordered pairs.**Remember**1) No spaces.2) To type an exponent,use the ^ button. A right triangle is formed by the points shown. Find the length of the hypotenuse,which is line segment BC. (Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary.)B                      CType the ordered pairs.**Remember**1) No spaces.2) To type an exponent,use the ^ button.A(2,-1)B(2,5)C(6,-1) Type the ordered pairs.On the coordinate grid of a map, Josie's house is located at (2,7). Her school islocated at (-5,5). If each map unit equals one mile, what is the approximate distancefrom her house to school? Round to the biggest whole number if necessary.House                      School**Remember**1) No spaces.2) To type an exponent,use the ^ button. When typing,use NO spaces.SimplifyParenthesisFind the point, M, that divides segment AB into a ratio of4:7 if A is at (-33,0) and B is at (0,44).x1=          y1=          x2=          y2=          fraction= When typing,use NO spaces.SimplifyParenthesisFind the point, M, that divides segment AB into a ratio of3:1 if A is at (-4,-2) and B is at (4,-10).x1=          y1=          x2=          y2=          fraction= When typing,use NO spaces.SimplifyParenthesisFind the point, M, that divides segment AB into a ratio of2:3 if A is at (0,15) and B is at (20,0).x1=          y1=          x2=          y2=          fraction= When typing,use NO spaces.Find the point, M, that is five-sixths of the distance from A(-7,2) to B(-1,-4.)x1=          y1=          x2=          y2=          fraction: When typing,use NO spaces.Find the point, M, that is two-sevenths of the distance from A(-9,2) to B(-2,-12.)x1=          y1=          x2=          y2=          fraction:
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