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Q: What equation is parallel to y-2x equals 5?

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If you mean: y = 2x-4 and (1, 5) then the parallel equation is y = 2x+3

Without an equality sign the given expression can't be considered to be a straight line equation. But if you mean: y = 2x-1 then the parallel equation is y = 2x+5

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If you mean: y = 2x+5 then it is a straight line equation.

Parallel, the slope of the second equation is 4

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Y = -2x + 5 so the slope of this equation, along with the slopes of parallel equations, is -2

Known equation: 3x+5y = 6 or y = -3/5x +6/5 Slope of equation: -3/5 Slope of parallel equation: -3/5 Parallel equation: y-1 = -3/5(x-3) => 5y = -3x+14 Parallel equation in its general form: 3x+5y-14 = 0

(Y = -2x plus or minus any number) is parallel to (Y = -2x + 5) .

The slope is 5. Parallel lines always have the same slope.

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The parallel equation works out as: 4y = 3x+1 which can be expressed in the form of 3x-4y+1 = 0

I assume the question should be y = -2x + 5? The equation of a line that is parallel to that line is any line that begins 7 = -2x ... after the -2x any number may be added or subtracted. Parallel lines have the same slope. In the original equation, the slope is -2.

It is: y = 4x+3

You are missing a - or + sign. The answer is 5/2 though. :)

5y = 2x - 5; y = (2/5)x - 1 Since two non-vertical line are parallel if they have the same slope, then 5y = 2x - 5 is parallel to any line with equation y = (2/5)x + c

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y = 2x+10 Just change the y intercept.

1, it will have the same slope but the y intercept will be different.

The equation of such a line is [ Y = -4x plus any number].

If the slope of the given equation is 1/5 then the slope of the parallel equation will be the same which works out as: y-8 = 1/5(x-3) => y = 1/5x+7.4

A parallel equation has the same slope to the given equation. Note that your equation is in slope-intercept form; when an equation is solved for "y" (y = ...x + ...), the number in front of the "x" is the slope. Solve each of the other equations for "y" (if they are not already solved for "y"), and check the number in front of the "x".

As written this is not a graphable thing. I does not represent a graphable equation because there is no "=" sign. Whatever the equation might be, the x intercept is found by setting y=0, which leaves you with an equation for x, which is the intercept.