# Question #0443e

##### 1 Answer

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#### Explanation:

**1a) Parallel to #y = x - 3#** through

**-**#(0,#

#2)#

Parallel lines have the same slope.

The point P is

So this line, parallel to the given line, is

**Standard form**

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**1b) Perpendicular to #y = x - 3#** through

**-**#(0,#

#2)#

The point P is

The slopes of lines perpendicular to each other are the negative inverses of each other.

So the slope of the unknown line is **-**

This line, perpendicular to the given line, is

**Standard form**

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**2a) Parallel to #y = x - 3#** through

**(-**

Because the lines are parallel, both slopes are 1.

To find

**-1)**

**-**

**Standard form**

** #x - y =# **-

#3#

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**2b) Perpendicular to #y = x - 3#** through

**(-**

The perpendicular slope will be

**-**

The new

**1 (*-**

**-**

**Standard form**