Question

# Are graphs of the equations parallel, perpendicular or neither?

y = 2x + 1; 2x - y = 3

Hint:

- Parallel lines are graphed next to each other such that they never cross, while perpendicular lines cross to form 90-degree angle on a graph.

## The correct answer is: slope are equal then both are parallel.

- We have been given two equations in the question for which we have to tell are graphs of the equations parallel, perpendicular or neither.

Step 1 of 1:

We have given two equations

y = 2x + 1

2x - y = 3

Slope of both lines are 2, 2 respectively

Since slope are equal then both are parallel.

2x - y = 3

Slope of both lines are 2, 2 respectively

Since slope are equal then both are parallel.

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