# Section 5.5 - Parallel And Perpendicular Lines

5 Questions | Total Attempts: 160  Settings  Complete the following questions

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• 1.
Which equation is the equation of a line parallel to y = -3/5x + 6?
• A.

Y = 5/3x + 3

• B.

Y = -3/5x + 3

• C.

Y = 5/3x + 6

• D.

Y = 3/5x + 6

• 2.
Which equation is the equation of a line perpendicular to y = 4/5x + 6 ?
• A.

Y = -5/4x - 17

• B.

Y = 5/4x + 6

• C.

Y = 4/5x + 1

• D.

Y = -4/5x - 2

• 3.
Determine which endpoints form a line that is parallel to the line segments with endpoints at P(4, 5) and Q(-3, 2)
• A.

M (2, 1) and N (-1, 8)

• B.

M (1, 2) and N (-6, -1)

• C.

M (4, 4) and N (-1, 1)

• D.

M (3, 5) and N (-3, 3)

• 4.
Determine which endpoints form a line that is perpendicular to the line segments with endpoints at A(-2, -1) and B(6, -3)
• A.

C(3, 2) and D(7, -1)

• B.

C(-6, -4) and D(2, -6)

• C.

C(0, 0) and D(1, -4)

• D.

C(8, 7) and D(9, 11)

• 5.
Which equation is the equation of a line that is parallel to the x-axis and that passes through the point (-2, 5)?
• A.

Y = 5x - 2

• B.

Y = - 2

• C.

Y = 5

• D.

X = - 2