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13 April, 21:26

What do the following two equations represent?

-4x - 5y = - 4

4x + 5y = 4

(parallel, perpendicular, equal, or none of the above)

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  1. 13 April, 23:02
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    The two equations represent parallel

    When put into y=mx+b form, they both result in the equation y = - 4/5x + 4/5

    This causes them to overlap, meaning that they are parallel to one another.
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