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To prove these two lines are parallel, all we have to do is calculate their slope and verify those slopes are the same. We see that both line 1 and line 2 have slope -2/7. Therefore, the lines are parallel. Perpendicular lines are lines that create 90 degree angles when they intersect.How do you find the equation of a line parallel?
The equation of the line in theslope-intercept form is y=2x+5. The slope of the parallelline is the same: m=2. So, the equation of theparallel line is y=2x+a. To find a, we use the fact that theline should pass through the given point:5=(2)⋅(−3)+a.. Regarding this, how do you find the equation of a parallel line that passes through a given point?