Q: Are the lines represented by the equations in the video parallel perpendicular or neither?

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If the slope of the equations are the same then they are parallel If the slope of the equations are minus reciprocal then they are perpendicular If the slope of the equations are different then they are neither

Neither perpendicular nor parallel

No, neither.

You are missing either a + or a - in 32x 12y12 You must have meant either 32x+12y12 or 32x-12y12. Also, if you probably meant to compare the two, they should have been equations to describe a line. Probably you meant 3x-8y12=0 and 32x+-12y12=0. Then you could have gotten the slope of the lines by rearranging the equations to the form y=mx+b. m is the slope of the line. If they have the same slope, they would be parallel. If they had opposite slope, they would be perpendicular. In this case, after rearranging the equations, you will find that they have neither the same slope nor opposite slopes; so they are neither parallel nor perpendicular.

y=2x-3 2x-4y=8-4y=-2x+8y=-2/-4x+8/-4y=1/2x-2the equation for slope intercept form is y=mx+bm being the slopeparallel equations would have the same slope (m) andperpendicular equations have opposite reciprocal slopesthe opposite reciprocal of 2 is -1/2the equations are neither parallel or perpendicular.

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If the slope of the equations are the same then they are parallel If the slope of the equations are minus reciprocal then they are perpendicular If the slope of the equations are different then they are neither

Neither perpendicular nor parallel

Base on the slope of two linear equations (form: y = mx+b, where slope is m): - If slopes are equal, the 2 graphs are parallel - If the product of two slopes equals to -1, the 2 graphs are perpendicular. If none of the above, then the 2 graphs are neither parallel nor perpendicular.

Parallel

No, neither.

Neither because the value of the x slope has not been given nor have proper straight line equations been given

That depends on the specific situation. You may want to measure angles (perpendicular lines are at a right angle, i.e., 90Â°). If you have equations for line, write them in the slope-intercept form. Parallel lines have the same slope. If lines are perpendicular, the product of their slopes is -1.

Two lines are parallel if and only if they have the same slope. Two lines are perpendicular if the product of their slopes is -1. If neither of these conditions are met, the lines are nether parallel, or perpendicular.

Diagonal

No, oblique lines are neither parallel nor perpendicular

A rhombus has opposite equal parallel sides

You are missing either a + or a - in 32x 12y12 You must have meant either 32x+12y12 or 32x-12y12. Also, if you probably meant to compare the two, they should have been equations to describe a line. Probably you meant 3x-8y12=0 and 32x+-12y12=0. Then you could have gotten the slope of the lines by rearranging the equations to the form y=mx+b. m is the slope of the line. If they have the same slope, they would be parallel. If they had opposite slope, they would be perpendicular. In this case, after rearranging the equations, you will find that they have neither the same slope nor opposite slopes; so they are neither parallel nor perpendicular.