# Lesson 1Go the DistanceDevelop Understanding

### 1.

The equation of the line in the graph is .

1. On the same grid, graph a parallel line that is units above it.

2. Write the equation for the new line in slope-intercept form.

3. Write the -intercept of the new line as an ordered pair.

4. Write the -intercept of the new line as an ordered pair.

5. Write the equation of the new line in point-slope form using the -intercept.

6. Write the equation of the new line in point-slope form using the -intercept.

7. Explain how the equations are the same.

### 2.

The equation of the line in the graph is .

1. On the same grid, graph a parallel line that is units below it.

2. Write the equation for the new line in slope-intercept form.

3. Write the -intercept of the new line as an ordered pair.

4. Write the -intercept of the new line as an ordered pair.

5. Write the equation of the new line in point-slope form using the -intercept.

6. Write the equation of the new line in point-slope form using the -intercept.

7. Explain how the equations are the same.

### 3.

The equation of the line in the graph is .

1. On the same grid, graph a parallel line that is units below it.

2. Write the equation for the new line in slope-intercept form.

3. Write the -intercept of the new line as an ordered pair.

4. Write the -intercept of the new line as an ordered pair.

5. Write the equation of the new line in point-slope form using the -intercept.

6. Write the equation of the new line in point-slope form using the -intercept.

7. Explain how the equations are the same.

## Set

### 4.

Find the exact perimeter of . On which segment did you need to use the distance formula?

### 5.

Find the exact perimeter of .

### 6.

Find the exact perimeter of parallelogram .

### 7.

Find the exact perimeter of the quadrilateral.

## Go

Use the given information to fill in the missing coordinates. Then find the length of the indicated line segment.

Find .

Find .