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Find the slopes of the lines to determine if they are parallel, perpendicular, or neither.

General Questions
 Line one goes through (0, 3) and (2, 0) Line two goes through (0, 4) and (3, 2)
 1 ParallelPerpendicularNeither

 Line one goes through (5, 2) and (-4, 3) Line two goes through (14, 3) and (5, 4)
 2 ParallelPerpendicularNeither

 Line one goes through (3, 39) and (3, 49) Line two goes through (2, 12) and (99, 12)
 3 ParallelPerpendicularNeither

 Line one goes through (22, -7) and (3, 14) Line two goes through (32, 5) and (11, 9)
 4 ParallelPerpendicularNeither

 Line one goes through (6, -7) and (2, 18) Line two goes through (8, 12) and (-17 , 8)
 5 ParallelPerpendicularNeither

 Line one goes through (32, 13) and (-5, 7) Line two goes through (-14, 3) and (-8, -34)
 6 Parallel PerpendicularNeither

 Line one goes through (-7, 1) and ( -16, 32) Line two goes through (-5, 10) and (12, -33)
 7 ParallelPerpendicularNeither

 Line one goes through (28, 11) and (-9, 16) Line two goes through (-10, 54) and (-47, 59)
 8 ParallelPerpendicularNeither

 Line one goes through (-1, 2) and (-3, 1) Line two goes through (38, 108) and (72, 125)
 9 ParallelPerpendicularNeither

 Line one goes through (-24, 0) and (5, 34) Line two goes through (21, 12) and (-13, 41)
 10 ParallelPerpendicularNeither

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