5x2y = 3x - 6y 5x2y + 6y = 3x y(5x2 + 6) = 3x y = (3x)/(5x2 + 6) This is a rational function.
Assuming that the 2 in "5x2" is a power (5x2), then no, this is not a linear equation. It is a parabolic equation.
No but y = -1/2x+3 is perpendicular to y = 2x+6
y = -x/4
y=-2 is parallel to the x-axis and perpendicular to the y-axis.
Slope of a line perpendicular to x-y=16
The slopes of perpendicular lines are negative reciprocals.[ y = -3x + 2 ] is perpendicular to [ y = x/3 plus any number ].
Parallel. They both have a slope of 4.
Neither perpendicular nor parallel
No, they are perpendicular.
It is: y = -1/2x-8