# SOLUTION: Draw l1 through (-4,0) and (0,6). What is the slope of any line parallel to l1? Draw l2 through the origin and parallel to l1.

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Graphs Question 91162: Draw l1 through (-4,0) and (0,6). What is the slope of any line parallel to l1? Draw l2 through the origin and parallel to l1. Answer by checkley71(8403)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!SLOPE OF L1=(6-0)/(0+4)=6/4=1.5 L1 IS 0=1.5*-4+b 0=-6+b b=6 THUS THIS LINE EQUATION IS Y=1.5X+6 (RED LINE) THIS IS THE SLOPE OF ALL LINES PARALLEL TO L1. THE ORIGIN HAS COORDINATES (0,0) SO IF WE REPLACE X&Y WITH 0&O WE GET THE LINE THROUGH (0,0) & PARALLEL TO L1. 0=1.5*0+b b=0 THIS IS THE Y INTERCEPT THUS THE EQUATION FOR L2 IS Y=1.5X (GREEN LINE) OR GRAPHED WE GET L1 & L2. (graph 300x200 pixels, x from -6 to 5, y from -10 to 10, of TWO functions y = 1.5x +6 and y = 1.5x).