Posted by **shanen desir ** on Friday, April 2, 2010 at 11:21am.

hi, im in the 9th grade and i need help I need help with my math. the following questions are?

we are learning parallel lines and perpendicular lines. think you can help me?

e) parallel to y=0 and passes through (1,2)

f) perpendicular to x=-1 and passes through (3,5)

g) slope is undefined and passes through (3,9)

h) 0 slope and passes through (5,6)

i) parallel to y= 3/4x +4 and same y-intercept as y=x-3/4

j) parallel to 2x-3=-1 and passes through (0,-3)

please, if you have the answers, explain how you got them and show me. please and thank you

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**Writeacher**, Friday, April 2, 2010 at 12:15pm
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**Thyagarajan**, Friday, April 16, 2010 at 12:38pm
e) parallel to y=0 and passes through (1,2)

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The line y=0 refers to the x-axis (y co-ordinate = 0)

Any line parallel to this will have its equation as y=c (where c is a constant.)

If it passes through (1,2) (y- co-ordinate =2), the equation should be y=2.

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