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Show by calculations weather the following lines are parallel or not.. y + 5x = 1 and 0.2 = y - 5.

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since one line is slanting, and the other is horizontal, I'd say they are not parallel.

Even is there's an x missing from the 2nd line, it will still not be parallel.

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