 # What is the equation of the parallel line to y=-2x+1 through point (4,6)? Anonymous
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What is the equation of the parallel line to y=-2x+1 through point (4,6)?

Athul K
School: UC Berkeley   hello

parallel line have equal slope,

slope of y=-2x+1 when compared to y= mx+c is -2

slope of equation = -2

point is (4,6)

equation is y-y1= m(x-x1)

y - 6 = -2(x-4)

y - 6 = -2x +8

y+ 2x = 14

y = -2x +14 ...........................ANSWER

equation of the line is  y = -2x +14

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