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eviant:

PLS HELP!!! What is the slope of a line that is parallel to the line represented by the equation y – 5x = 5?

1 year ago
eviant:

@Allison @dude

1 year ago
BRAINIAC:

Step 1 : Arrange in the form of \(y=mx+b\)

1 year ago
BRAINIAC:

where \(m=slope\) \(b=y-intercept\)

1 year ago
BRAINIAC:

\(y=5x+5\)

1 year ago
Allison:

So it’s be just 5?

1 year ago
BRAINIAC:

Step 2 : Keep in mind, when both lines are parallel to each other,they hv the same slope. yeah,u r Alli. \(m,slope=5\)

1 year ago
Allison:

(:

1 year ago
BRAINIAC:

u r right*

1 year ago
Allison:

It’d*

1 year ago
Allison:

Well done explaining

1 year ago
BRAINIAC:

Haha,didn't do much here...

1 year ago
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