# SOLUTION: are the following pairs of lines parallel 2x - 4y = 16 and 3x = 6y + 18

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 Question 296999: are the following pairs of lines parallel 2x - 4y = 16 and 3x = 6y + 18Found 2 solutions by richwmiller, stanbon:Answer by richwmiller(9144)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!-2/-4=1/2 -3/-6=1/2 yes Answer by stanbon(57967)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!are the following pairs of lines parallel 2x - 4y = 16 y = (1/2)x -4 ------------------- 3x = 6y + 18 y = (1/2)x-3 ----- Slopes are the same and intercepts are different, so the lines ae parallel. ----------------- Cheers, Stan H. -----------------