Which line is parallel to the line ‘y = 1/2x + 5’ and passes through the point (-2, 1)?

A. ‘y=x+3

B. ‘y=1/2x+2

C. ‘y=1/2x - 4

D. ‘y=“-”1/2x

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A. ‘y=x+3

B. ‘y=1/2x+2

C. ‘y=1/2x - 4

D. ‘y=“-”1/2x

Hi this is answered by Prmkulk1978 :

The third vertex of triangle is :(3,1)

Step-by-step explanation:

Let the third vertex be (x,y) and other two vertices are (-3,1) and (0,-2)

Coordinates of centroid of triangle =(0,0)

∴ [-3+0+x/3 , 1-2+y/3] = (0,0)

-3+x/3 = 0

x-3=0

x=3

and 1-2+y/3 =0

y-1/3=0

y-1=0

y=1

∴ x=3 and y=1

answer: it's d

step-by-step explanation:

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B. y=1/2+2

Step-by-step explanation:

since parallel lines always have the same slope, the only two possible answers could be B and C. in order to find if one of those goes through point (-2,1), we have to set up an equation to find the base:

1=1/2(-2)+b

1=-1+b

2=b

We can plug in the base with the slope for the equation and the new equation would be y=1/2x+2

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