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What types of lines are 5x-6y=19 , 6x+5y= -30
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Asked 11/29/2013 6:15:37 PM
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User: What types of lines are 5x-6y=19 , 6x+5y= -30

Weegy: slope of both lines are 6/5 and -5/6, which means these slopes are negative reciprocals, so the lines through the points are (b) perpendicular.
thezz|Points 0|

User: Parallel to x-y=4 and passing through (-3,2)

Weegy: Since any two parallel lines have the same slope we know the slope of the unknown line is 1 (its from the slope of y=1%2Ax-4 which is also 1). [ Also since the unknown line goes through (-3,2), we can find the equation by plugging in this info into the point-slope formula y-y1=m(x-x1) ]
hellphoenix|Points 92|

User: Slope -2/3 y-intercept (0,5)

Weegy: the equation for point-slope form is y-y1=m(x-x1) so the answer would be : 4. hope this helped (smile)
JeffreyCarry|Points 20|

User: 2x-y=12

Weegy: 2x - y = 6 Add y to each side: 2x = 6 + y Take 6 from each side: 2x - 6 = y Is there anything else I can assist you with today?
tchimney|Points 342|

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The equation of the line Parallel to x-y=4 and passing through (-3,2) is x - y = -5
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The equation of the line with Slope -2/3 y-intercept (0,5) is y = -2/3x + 5
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