anyone help how to solve this problem and give the formula of this please
Find the equation of the perpendicular bisector of the line joining the points A and B in the following exercises
2. The points A(-2,3), B(6,-5), and C(8,5) are vertices of a triangle. Find the equation of the median.
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find the slope of AB
the perpendicular line has negative reciprocal slope of what that slope is
so we will have something in this form y=mx+b
where m is the slope of the the perpendicular line since that is the line we are trying to find
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the only way to find that line is if we know a point on that line. I assume C is on that line, but I'm not sure of my geometry skills. So if we know C is on that line, then we can find the y intercept of that perpendicular line which we call b
if that so how can we solve this? can you give me the answer then some explaination why the answer is that. its okay?
chai, just letting you know, I answered you on the other thread.