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Re: I'm doing everyone's math homework. (old)

To be honest, for some reason I always have trouble with these sorts of things. Even in calculus 3, you go over this again (yes, I'm serious), except you use vectors but idk, I get raped with this crap.

Anyway, here's my attempt...pretty sure they're right:

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The key to solving these is to use the point-slope formula: [Image: a211b4370086efa422855a2d30c453a3.png]

And here is the standard form of a linear equation:
[Image: 7e6859919d495035e99c333d04e3e0b9.png], where A, B, C are any real numbers. A and B are coefficients of x and y.

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Quote:Write the standard form of the equation of the line that passes though A(5,9) and is parallel to the graph of y=5x-9

If we want a parallel line to something, in this case, a line parallel to y=5x-9, we take the slope which is m=5 and plug it into the point-slope formula. But we still need more information so that we can get a unique line, in this case, it would be the point (5,9). For the point (5,9), x=5 and y=9 both of which we plug into the point slope equation to get:

y - 9 = 5(x - 5) which simplifies to
y - 9 = 5x - 25
y = 5x - 16 which in standard form equals
-5x + y = -16

Notice we plugged in the values from (5,9) into " y1 " and " x1 ". Just remember if you're going to be substituting values into the point-slope equation that you need substitute the variables y1 and x1 and not the "x" and "y" so that you can actually get a linear equation that makes sense.

Quote:Write the standard form of the equation of the line that passes though B(-10, -5) and is perpendicular to the graph of 6x-5y=24

This is essentially the same problem except the initial conditions ask for a line that is perpendicular and not parallel. To get a perpendicular line, we follow the same procedure as above except in this case, we will have a different value for m. (Note that the variable m is usually going to mean slope.)

Okay, so to get a perpendicular line, we need to find the "opposite reciprocal" of the slope of 6x-5y=24.

First, get the equation into slope-intercept form ( [Image: d24ebc87176b242c935535a363c5fc10.png] )
6x - 5y = 24
-5y = -6x + 24 , (divide both sides by -5 )
y = (6/5)x - (24/5)

The slope of this equation is 6/5, and the opposite reciprocal is -(5/6). All you do is negate, then invert the numerator and denominator.

So our m = -(5/6)

You can do all the work if you want. You do the same thing as above. Here's the answer:

-(5/6)x + y = -(40/3)

I can do the rest a little later. It's 5:45 AM which means time for a run.

BRB LOL

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Re: I'm doing everyone's math homework. (old) - Michio-kun - 09-22-2008 08:43 PM

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