# math, correction

posted by Jasmine20

I have to determine which two equations represent parallel lines.

equations are
(a) y=(-4)x+2
(b) y=(4)x+2
(c) y= (1/2)x +2
(d) y=(-4)x+3

I think it is b and c

Which two have the same slope? Parallel lines have the same slope.

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