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write an equation that is parallel to: y=6x-71
perpendicular to y=5x-69

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  1. y= -1/6x-71
    and
    y=-1/5x-69
    (i think)

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  2. Popcorns first example is wrong

    parallel lines have equal slopes, so the 6x has to stay the same
    another line parallel would be y = 6x + 1

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