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Writing equations for Parallel and Perpendicular lines.

Writing equations for Parallel and Perpendicular lines.

Author: Laura Martin
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Tutorial

Equations of Parallel Lines, What makes them parallel lines? #1

Students will take guided notes on equations of parallel lines.

Source: Prentiss Hall 6-6

Writing Equations of Parallel Lines #2

Students will write equations for perpendicular lines first in point-slope form and then convert to slope intercept form.

Source: Prentiss Hall 6-6

5-6 Practice Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

After watching Video #1 and # 2, please complete # 1-6, and # 22 on a separate sheet of paper. Be sure to show all your work and hand in.

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Source: Prentice Hall Gold Algebra 1. Practice and Problem Solving Workbook

Slopes of Perpendicular Lines #3

Source: Prentiss Hall 6-6

5-6 Practice Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

After watching video tutorials, #1-3, please complete first #16-21 on a separate piece of paper to hand in.
Next complete # 7-15. as instructed by Mrs. Martin.

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Source: Prentice Hall Gold Algebra 1. Practice and Problem Solving Workbook

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