The slope of the line whose equation is y - 3 = 0 is
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Updated 8/20/2014 11:15:01 PM
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User: The slope of the line whose equation is y - 3 = 0 is

Weegy: The slop of this is a perpedicular line
ephraimzRN|Points 2223|

User: 6x - 2y = 5 3x - y = 10 Solve the system of equations.

User: x + y = 6 x - y = 8 Solve the system of equations.

User: Solve the linear system. x + y = -3 y = 2x

Weegy: x = -1, y = -2. 1: x + y = -3. 2: y = 2x. Insert equation 2 into equation 1 and you get. x + 2x = -3, x = -1. This gives us y = -2. x = -1, y = -2.
eturker|Points 2566|

User: The lines 2x - 3y = 1 and 2x + 3y = 2 are intersecting.

Weegy: A.True
rhyann24|Points 2455|

User: The slope of the line whose equation is 3x - 2y = 4 is

Weegy: -3/2
mobius|Points 193|

User: Find the slope of the line that passes through the points (0, 0) and (-2, -3).

Weegy: C.-3/2
rhyann24|Points 2455|

User: If a = -12/5, then 5x + 2y = 6 and 3x - ay = 4 are parallel.

Weegy: 2(2x/3 + 7) - 3 = 5x 4x/3 + 14 - 3 = 5x 11 = 11x/3 x = 3 y = 2(3)/3 + 7 = 9 x(y) = 3(9) = 18. Answer is d.
chikaygoods|Points 130|

User: If a = -12/5, then 5x + 2y = 6 and 3x - ay = 4 are parallel. true or false

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Updated 8/20/2014 11:15:01 PM
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The slope of the line whose equation is y - 3 = 0 is 0.
y-3=0, y=3. when line perpendicular to the y-axis ,the slope is o.
when the line perpendicular to the x-axis,the slope is not existent.
Confirmed by andrewpallarca [9/4/2014 4:14:08 PM], Rated good by andrewpallarca
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The answer for 6x - 2y = 5 3x - y = 10 is it has no solution.
From 3x-y=10, we get y=3x-10
6x-2y=6x-2(3x-10)=5
6x-6x+20=5
This is not established. So it has no solution.
Confirmed by andrewpallarca [9/4/2014 4:14:47 PM], Rated good by andrewpallarca
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The answer for x + y = 6 x - y = 8 is x= 7, y= -1 .
2x=6+8
x=14/2
=7.
y=x-8
=7-8
=-1.
Confirmed by andrewpallarca [9/4/2014 4:15:51 PM], Rated good by andrewpallarca
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The slope of the line whose equation is 3x - 2y = 4 is 3/2.
3x-2y=4.
2y=3x-4
y=(3x-4)/2
y=3/2x-2.
Confirmed by andrewpallarca [9/4/2014 4:16:56 PM], Rated good by andrewpallarca
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The slope of the line that passes through the points (0, 0) and (-2, -3) is 3/2.
Assuming that y=ax+b, put the two point into it .
0=0+b, -3=-2a+b
b=0,a=-3/-2=3/2.
So y=3/2x. 3/2 is the slope .
Confirmed by andrewpallarca [9/4/2014 4:18:13 PM], Rated good by andrewpallarca
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If a = -12/5, then 5x + 2y = 6 and 3x - ay = 4 are parallel is not correct.
If they are parallel , the slope should be the same.
5x+2y=6. y=-5/2x=3. the slope is -5/2.
3x-ay=4,3x+12/5y=4, 15x+12y=10, y= -5/4x+5/3. the slope is -5/4.
-5/2 is not equal to -5/4. So they are not parallel.

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