This videos explains how one can easily find the parallel line to a given mathematical equation. He starts by explaining what it means for two lines to be parallel mathematically speaking. Defining two lines, then comparing the slope of both lines you can mathematically determine that they are in fact parallel. He then moves to common math problems found on tests where you are given a point and a linear equation. He then forms a Ttable with one column being line one and line two and illustrates how from the information given, you can use the pointslope formula to calculate the parallel line, by inserting the slope of the second equation.
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