# 26Linear EquationsChapter 1m Problems 35–44, find an equation for the line with the given properties. Express the answer usingthe general form or the slope-intercept form, whichever you prefer.fasinavnorQ 49. The figure below shows thWhich of the following pairs35. Parallel to the line y = 4x; containing the point (-1, 2)%3Dgraph?-3x; containing the point (-1, 2)36. Parallel to the line y(a) x – 2y = 3x + 2y = 737. Parallel to the line 2x - y = -2; containing the point (0, 0)38. Parallel to the line x- 2y = -5; containing the point (0, 0)%3D(b) x + y = 2x +y = -13; containing the point (4, 2)39. Parallel to the line x%3D40. Parallel to the line y = 3; containing the point (4, 2)%3D(c) x -y = -2x - y = 141. Perpendicular to the line y = 2x - 5; containing thepoint (-1, –2)%3D(d) x – y = -22x – 2y = -442. Perpendicular to the line 6x - 2y = -5; containingthe point (-1,-2)(e) x + 2y = 2x + 2y = -1%3D43. Perpendicular to the line y = 2x - 5; containing the|3D%3D1point4Q 50. The figure below shows thelines. Which of the followingsuch a graph?3 544. Perpendicular to the line y = 3x - 15; containing the%3D2 3point3 5(a) y – 2x = 2y + 2x = -1%3D45. Find t so that tx - 4y = -3 is perpendicular to theline 2x + 2y = 5.%3D(b) y - 2x = 046. Find t so that (1, 2) is a point on the line tx - 3y = -4.2y + x = 0%3D47. Find the equation of the line containing the point (-2, -5)and perpendicular to the line containing the points (-2,9)and (3, -10).(c) 2y - x = 22y + x = -2(d) y - 2x = 248. Find the equation of the line containing the point (-2,-5)and perpendicular to the line containing the points (-4, 5)and (2, -1).x + 2y = -1%3D(e) 2x + y = -22y + x = -2Applications: Prediction; Break-Even D1.3

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I need some help solving number 45 please

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