Find the equation for the line passes through (0,0) and parallel to y= (0.5)x-2

# Find the equation for the line passes through (0,0) and parallel to y= (0.5)x-2

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Find the equation for the line passes through (0,0) and parallel to y= (0.5)x-2

The equation for the line is: y-y1= m(x-x1) y= mx Since the line is parallel to the line y= (1/2)x-2, then they have the same slope (1/2) The the equation for the line is: y= (1/2)x

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Find the equation that passes through the points (0,2) and (2,-1)

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