# 4-9 Slopes Of Parallel And Perpendicular Lines

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### #42, p. 298

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Y = x ‒ 12

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Y = 2x +3

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Y = 4x ‒ 11

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Y = 6x + 3

C. Y = 4x ‒ 11
Explanation
The given answer, y = 4x - 11, is the correct equation because it is the only equation that matches the given set of equations. The other equations, y = x - 12, y = 2x + 3, and y = 6x + 3, do not match any of the given equations. Therefore, y = 4x - 11 is the correct answer.

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