## 1 pts Create an equation of a line that is parallel to y = 4x – 7

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Create an equation of a line that is parallel to y = 4x – 7

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Answer:There are many..

One would be y = 4x + 7

The trick is the slope is always the same. The only difference is the y-int. You could make one yourself, just use 4x at the beginning.

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Answer:y = 4x

Step-by-step explanation:A parallel line will have the same slope. The given line is written in “slope-intercept form”, so the slope is readily identified from the equation.

y = mx + b . . . . . line with slope m and y-intercept b

y = 4x -7 . . . . . . line with slope 4 and y-intercept -7

So, the parallel line will be something of the form …

y = 4x + b

for any value of b. The simplest is to let b=0. If b=-7, then the lines are coincident, not parallel, so that value must be excluded. Any other value of y-intercept will give a parallel line.

y = 4x . . . . . parallel line