Q: Line a line b m 1 4x m 2 2x-6 what m 6?

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y equals 4x+1 is a parallel line to y equals 4x.

y = -4x + c for any c other than 1 (when c = 1 you will have the original line).

If you mean: y = 4x+5 then the perpendicular slope is -1/4

The straight line equation is: y = -4x+1

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y equals 4x+1 is a parallel line to y equals 4x.

y = -4x + c for any c other than 1 (when c = 1 you will have the original line).

If you mean: y = 4x+2 then the line perpendicular to it will have a slope of -1/4

If you mean: y = 4x+5 then the perpendicular slope is -1/4

The straight line equation is: y = -4x+1

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4x+2y = 6 2y = -4x+6 y = -2x+3 Perpendicular slope is 1/2

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As the second line is parallel to the first then the slopes of both lines are the same. 4x + y - 1 = 0 : y = -4x + 1 : Therefore the slope is -4. Using the standard slope-intercept equation of y = mx + c for the second line gives :- 2 = -4x1 + c : 2 = -4 + c : c = 2 + 4 = 6. Therefore the equation of the second line is y = -4x + 6. (Or y + 4x - 6 = 0)

Without an equality sign and not knowing the plus or minus values of the given terms it can't be considered to be a straight line equation. But if you mean 4x+y = 10 then y = -4x+10 and the parallel equation is y = -4x+6

If you mean y = 4x-1 then the slope is 4 and the y intercept is -1

If you mean y = -4x+1 and (2, 1) then the parallel equation is y = -4x+9