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Posted by **Kate** on Monday, January 30, 2012 at 7:45pm.

Directions: For the line with the given equation, find the slope of a parallel line and the slope of a perpendicular line.

1)y=6/5x + 144

slope of parallel: 6/5

slope of perpendicular: -5/6

2)4y-4x=16

slope of parallel: 1

slope of perpendicular: -1

*** I do need help with this one: y-7=0

I figured out that y=7, just not sure how to figure out the slopes.

Thanks !!!

- Pre-Algebra -
**MathGuru**, Tuesday, January 31, 2012 at 9:17pmLooks good!

For y = 7; this is a flat line passing through the point (0,7). The slope is 0.

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