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Which is the equation for the line perpendicular to y=-5/3x+11 1/3 and containing P(-2,3). How do i solve this one?? :(

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  1. anonymous
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    im sorry i cant figure this one out

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    it's okay. i wish i could :(

  3. anonymous
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    thanks so much. i'll try it.

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    okay

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    yep. It did. Thanks so much! :)

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    Cool and thanks again. I think i'll be needing it alot until skool's out.

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    Slope= 3/5 (opp reciprocal) y=mx+b 3=3/5(-2)+b 3=-6/5+b 3+6/5=b 4.2=b y=1/5x+4.2

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    thank you x3pufflix3

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    Anytime

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