Name: Course: Instructor: Date: Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Nunber 19 Parallel lines are two lines which are in the same plane and they have the same slope. It is worth noting that parallel lines can never intersect at any given point. On the other hand two lines which intersect each other at a right angle (900) are called perpendicular lines no matter the slope. Calculating equation of y = mx + b form leads to y = 1/3x + 2/3 – 3 This gives the perpendicular line to be y = 1/3x – 11/3 When one multiplies both slopes the answer is -1 which proves the lines are perpendicular. The points of x- or y- intercept are 11 units to the right of point of origin 3.6 left of the point of origin respectively. [...]
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