Aug 22, 2008 · My math packet didn't give examples for this part so can you help me? Tell which of the given equations have parallel line graphs and which have perpendicular line graphs: 1. y=5/2x - 8 2. -15x + 6y - 10=10 3. 4x + 10y = 15 4. 2x + 3y = 1 5. y= 3/2x + 3 6. 6x - 4y -10 = 0 Then graph the line. l. In: Write equations in point-slope form of the line having the given slo e that contains the given point. T —4) -8) Write an equation in slope-intercept form for each line shown or described. Bx-B 11. t 10. s 12. u 13. the line parallel to line r that contains (1 14. the line perpendicular to line s that contains (0, 0) B
Here we have two lines that are parallel to each other. These two lines are the line a and line b. We can see one more line that intersects these two lines at two different points. There are two points of intersection, which can see clearly in the above figure. As the transversal line intersects the two parallel line, we see that the angles below.