Any line with a slope of -2x is parallel to your equation
(Y = -2x plus or minus any number) is parallel to (Y = -2x + 5) .
The line 'Y = - 3' has a slope of zero. Any line parallel to it also has a slope of zero. The line parallel to it with a Y-intercept of 7 is: Y = 7
Given point: (6, 7) Equation: 3x+y = 8 Parallel equation: 3x+y = 25
Since the two lines are parallel, then they have the same slope, 3. Thus, the equation of the line with y-intercept -4, and parallel to y = 3x - 3 is y = 3x - 4.
When a straight line equation is parallel to another equation the slope remains the same but the y intercept changes
y equals 4x+1 is a parallel line to y equals 4x.
The parallel equation is: y = 4x-3
The slope is 5. Parallel lines always have the same slope.
I assume the question should be y = -2x + 5? The equation of a line that is parallel to that line is any line that begins 7 = -2x ... after the -2x any number may be added or subtracted. Parallel lines have the same slope. In the original equation, the slope is -2.
y = 0.75x+0.5 For the equation to be parallel the slope must be the same but the y intercept must be different