# GED Math 3.2 Graphs and Functions

GED Math: Graphs and Functions Drill 3, Problem 2. What is the equation of line B?

 GED Math Graphs and Functions Language English Language Mathematical Practice Furthering Lines of Reasoning Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Equations and Slopes of Lines

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of line Be classic question awesome and hear this Okay

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lot information Here's let's Pick it apart We were given

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two parallel lines Can be fine A has a slope

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of five third So yeah it means be also slept

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with five third parallel lines Always have the same slope

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right Right now we're also told that line be passes

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through the point Nine eight and we need to find

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the equation of that line Sweet were awesome finding things

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And you should just see this at easter Okay well

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we have a point and we have a slope so

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we're probably going to be asked to use the point

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slope formula Like make sense Well plugging in our slope

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of five thirds are y co ordinates of eight and

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our x coordinate of nine We get why minus eight

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equals five thirds times the quantity x minus nine Well

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first things first let's distribute this stuff on the right

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and we get y minus eight equals five thirds Acts

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minus 45 thirds for this team both we take a

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gander at our answer Choices will notice that these guys

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were written in standard form We need to take our

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equation and fiddle with it until we have the x

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and y terms on the same side Well we'll start

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by multiplying both sides by three to get rid of

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that fraction and we have three Wide line is twenty

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four equals five x minus forty five All subtract three

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Why an ad forty five to both sides and we're

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left with five x minus three y equals twenty one

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answer See you can look but you don't huh girls