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# The graph of which of the following equations is a straight

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The graph of which of the following equations is a straight  [#permalink]

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04 Jun 2008, 18:53
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The graph of which of the following equations is a straight line that is parallel to line l in the
figure above? (see attched doc for diagram)
A. 3y – 2x = 0
B. 3y + 2x = 0
C. 3y + 2x = 6
D. 2y – 3x = 6
E. 2y + 3x = -6

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04 Jun 2008, 19:17
I think A

The equation for the line is y = 2x/3 + 2

in A, the equation is y = 2x/3 + 0

same slope, different y intercepts
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04 Jun 2008, 22:52
I get an A too.

the line in the diagram goes through (-3,0) and (0,2) thus the slope is 2/3

for the line that is || to this line the slope has to be same. thus..A
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05 Jun 2008, 05:53
goalsnr wrote:
The graph of which of the following equations is a straight line that is parallel to line l in the
figure above? (see attched doc for diagram)
A. 3y – 2x = 0
B. 3y + 2x = 0
C. 3y + 2x = 6
D. 2y – 3x = 6
E. 2y + 3x = -6

A

Notice we have a positive slope.

So rule out BCD,

Now solve for the slope. Ul see its 2/3 So D is out.
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06 Jun 2008, 08:34
late but get A aswell..we need a positive slope of 2/3 X..
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