find an equation for the line through the point (-3,1) that is parallel to the line y=5

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find an equation for the line through the point (-3,1) that is parallel to the line y=5 then graph both lines.

Sep 14th, 2015

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Sep 14th, 2015

Thank you! So did you use the point slope to find this? y-y1=m(x-x1). y-1=0(x--3) to get an answer of y=0x+1. Giving you a slope of 0 since it is parallel to y=5. Then having points 0,1.? Is this correct?

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