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# PS:Geometry Parallel Lines

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11 Oct 2005, 23:02
12. The equation of line L1 is y = 2x + 6. Line L2 is parallel to line L1. Which of the following is the equation of the L2 ?

A. y = -4x + 2
B. y = -2x + 4
C. y = 2x - 4
D. y = 2x + 4
E. y = 4x + 2

C & D seems to be parallel. But that cant be so confused. Need your help to eliminate one.
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11 Oct 2005, 23:22
1) your post is in the wrong section of the forum but it's ok.

2) same answer as you, i dont see the difference. C and D are parallel. Maybe a typo in the stem.
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11 Oct 2005, 23:25
why is problem solving question in this thread?

on a side note, both C and D are parallel to L1.
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