Posted by please help me on Sunday, March 1, 2009 at 3:47pm.
Hey i need help on my math hw i just don't get it lol please help me!
Here the questions
Which of the following equations has a graph that is parallel to the graph of
4x2y=7?
A:2y = 4x+2
B:74x=2y
C:4x+2y=2
D:4x2y=7
E:2y=4x+7
Determine if the two lines 7x+5y=35 and y= 7 over 5x1 are parallel, perpendicular, or neither.
Which of the following lines is not parallel to y=5x+2?
A:5yx=1
B:5xy=1
C:y5x=4
D:10x2y=1
PLEASE HELP ME I NEED THIS BY 4

9th grade math  Damon, Sunday, March 1, 2009 at 4:29pm
Which of the following equations has a graph that is parallel to the graph of
4x2y=7? m = +2
A:2y = 4x+2 m = 2
B:74x=2y m = 2
C:4x+2y=2 m = 2
D:4x2y=7 m = 2
E:2y=4x+7 m = +2 Yes this one

9th grade math  Damon, Sunday, March 1, 2009 at 4:32pm
7x+5y=35 and y= 7 over 5x1
m = 7/5
and
y = 7/(5x1) which is not a straight line at all. Typo?????

9th grade math  Damon, Sunday, March 1, 2009 at 4:34pm
y=5x+2? m = 5
A:5yx=1m = 1/5 not parallel
B:5xy=1m = 5 yes parallel
C:y5x=4 m = 5 yes parallel
D:10x2y=1 m = 5 yes parallel

9th grade math  bucket, Wednesday, March 4, 2009 at 9:20pm
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9th grade math  John, Sunday, March 8, 2009 at 2:56pm
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