The slope is -1 .
If it is parallel, it must have the same slope of the original line which is -5.
-9/4 or -2.25
Y = -2x + 5 so the slope of this equation, along with the slopes of parallel equations, is -2
The graph of [ y = 4x + 2 ] is a straight line with a slope of 4.Any line with a slope of 4 is parallel to that one, and any line parallel to that one has a slope of 4.
It equals the slope of the line y = -x. That's a pretty darn strong hint right there is what that is.
If you mean -x+y = 12 then y = x+12 and so the parallel line will have the same slope but with a different y intercept.
-3/5 or -0.6
Y=2X+4. You must only change the plus blank...
The whole line 'shifts up' by two units, and is parallel to the original line (same slope)
Get in slope intercept form. 3X + 5Y = 15 5Y = -3X + 15 Y = -3/5X + 3 -3/5 is the slope of this line and the line parallel to this line
[ y = 2x + 5 ] has a slope of 2. [ y = 2 ] is a horizontal line ... its slope is zero. Their slopes are different, so they're not parallel.
Parallel, the slope of the second equation is 4
The slope of the line of 2x plus 2y equals 7 is (7/2x - 1).
4x+y = 14 will be parallel to the above equation because the slope or gradient remains the same but the y intercept changes.
6x + 3y = -9 So 3y = -6x - 9 or y = -2x - 3 So the slope of the given line is -2 Therefore, the slope a any parallel line is also -2.
It will be any of the equations that has the same slope of y = 5x+9 but with a different y intercept
The equations will have the same slope as y = 5x+9 but a different y intercept
Rewriting the equation 3x + y = 15 gives y = 15 - 3xThe slope of this and any parallel line is the x multiple, which in this case is -3
Slope is 2.
Slope = 2
The slope is 1.