x-intercept, y-intercept & Slope (Parallel and Perpendicular)

  1. 1
    Find the parallel and perpendicular slopes to the line: $$3x+4y-12=0$$
  2. 2
    Find the parallel and perpendicular slopes to the line: $$2x-3y+15=0$$
  3. 3
    Find the parallel and perpendicular slopes to the line: $$5x+3y-11=0$$
  4. 4
    Find the x-intercept and the y-intercept for the line: $$3x+4y-12=0$$
  5. 5
    Find the x-intercept and the y-intercept for the line: $$2x-5y-14=0$$
  6. 6
    Find the x-intercept and the y-intercept for the line: $$5x+4y+20=0$$
  7. 7
    The given slopes are parallel. Find k.

    \(m_1=\frac{k}{3}\) , $ $ \(m_2=\frac{5}{7}\)
  8. 8
    The given slopes are perpendicular. Find k.

    \(m_1=\frac{k}{5}\) , $ $ \(m_2=\frac{-10}{3}\)
  9. 9
    The given slopes are perpendicular. Find k.

    \(m_1=\frac{4}{k}\) , $ $ \(m_2=\frac{7}{2}\)

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