GED Math 2.2 Graphs and Functions

GED Math: Graphs and Functions Drill 2, Problem 2. Lines A and B are...what?

GED MathGraphs and Functions
GeometryParallel and Perpendicular Lines
Parallel and Perpendicular LinesEquations and Slopes of Lines
Perpendicular Lines
Skill Area 4Graphs and Functions (Algebraic)

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the equation of line b is x plus three Why

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equal six lines a and b are what Well the

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dropdown thing here and gives us three options wants a

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beer parallel perpendicular or the same Well we suppose they

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could be the same line Although if that's true line

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b has definitely had some work done Okay down to

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business Figuring out one lines relation to another is all

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about determining the slope And so we need to get

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the slopes out of both lines and see how they

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all shake out Both lines are written in the form

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of a x plus B why equal c So we

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can use the slope formula Slope equals negative A over

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b to find what we need Well for line eh

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We plug in three for a and negative one for

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be Could get a slope of three Yeah because those

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negative signs cancel out so that look the line be

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We plug in one for a and three for b

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to get a slope of negative one third like when

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it's negative It slopes that way with positive it's like

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that got it And because these two numbers are negative

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reciprocal sze Well we can be sure we're looking at

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a couple of perpendicular lines here We certainly hope those

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two things work out and be ashamed They both reached 00:01:36.328 --> [endTime] their boiling point