MATH SOLVE

5 months ago

Q:
# which of the following gives an equation of a line that passes through the point (6/5, -19/5) and is parallel to the line that passes through the origin and point (-2,-12)?a) y= 6x-11b) y=6x-19/5c) y=6x-6/5d) y=6x+1

Accepted Solution

A:

the answer would be a. since the equation you would need to use would be -19/5=6(6/5)+b then you would have to figure out what 6(6/5)= which is 36/5 which you would then have to subtract from -19/5 to get rid of 36/5 to get b by itself and to keep it even on both sides. and that would give you -11=b so then the equation would then equal y=6x-11