What is important about family of lines?
1 Answer
May 27, 2015
A family of lines is a set of lines that have something in common with each other.
In brief, we can have two types of families of lines:

one where the slope is the same
#># keep the slope unchanged and vary the#y# intercept#># parallel lines

one where the
#y# intercept is the same#># keep the#y# intercept unchanged and vary the slope#># concurrent lines