bella190 PLS HELP!!! Which is the equation of a line that is parallel to the line represented by y= 7/6 x+4?

1 year ago@Allison @dude

1 year agoJust like you did for the last one. What do you think it is?

1 year agoParallel lines have the same slope

1 year agoBecause theyโre parallel ๐

1 year agothe choices are: A.https://dlap.gradpoint.com/Resz/~yUA6AAAAAAw_1Svgbju3qB.oSrulr7wHx5kAuwBom6PZB/7234256,14D/Assets/questions/quiz/geometry/geoslope/geoslope-020.gif B. https://dlap.gradpoint.com/Resz/~yUA6AAAAAAw_1Svgbju3qB.oSrulr7wHx5kAuwBom6PZB/7234256,14D/Assets/questions/quiz/geometry/geoslope/geoslope-022.gif C. https://dlap.gradpoint.com/Resz/~yUA6AAAAAAw_1Svgbju3qB.oSrulr7wHx5kAuwBom6PZB/7234256,14D/Assets/questions/quiz/geometry/geoslope/geoslope-021.gif D.https://dlap.gradpoint.com/Resz/~yUA6AAAAAAw_1Svgbju3qB.oSrulr7wHx5kAuwBom6PZB/7234256,14D/Assets/questions/quiz/geometry/geoslope/geoslope-023.gif

1 year agoWhich one has the slope of \(\frac76\)?

1 year agoA

1 year agoRight

1 year agoBear in mind, when both equation of lines are parallel to each other,therefore the slope is the same when both equation of lines are perpendicular to each other, therefore the slope is not the same and u would hv to use \(m_1m_2=-1\) to find the gradient of normal line

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