through (1, 2) and (2,0) y =?

- anonymous

through (1, 2) and (2,0) y =?

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- anonymous

you can try using the this
y-y=m(x-x)

- Hero

lol

- anonymous

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- Hero

This is beyond hilarious.

- anonymous

brownie points

- anonymous

im bored anyhow

- anonymous

sORRY THIS IS HILARIOUS IM HOME BOUND CAUSE IM ILL IF I COULD GO BACK TO SCHOOL I WOULD SORRY U THINK IT"S FUNNY IF I HAD MY TEXT BOOK I WOULDN"T BE ON HERE

- anonymous

well need help on stuff

- anonymous

i am glad to assist

- anonymous

im bored as i said i was

- anonymous

THANKS FOR YOUR HELP BUT I WILL FIND SOMEWHERE ELSE TO GO SOME PEOPLE ON HERE ARE JUST RUDE

- anonymous

dont worry

- anonymous

i want to help

- anonymous

the best thing is for you to understand how to do it

- anonymous

not just know the answers

- anonymous

UR RIGHT>>AND GONNA GO BACK TO SCHOOL WHEN I HAVE THE STREGNTH

- anonymous

nothing to ask, are you sure?

- anonymous

i got 2 hrs worth of time left
curfew

- anonymous

curfew?

- anonymous

IT'S 1 IN THE MORNING WHERE IM AT

- anonymous

You are some where east of where i am living then

- anonymous

its 10.40

- anonymous

i HAVE LIKE 11 LEFT LOL

- anonymous

COOL

- anonymous

wow endurance prospers
o well back to the point
not that i dont want conversation
but
are you sure you dont have any questions in math

- anonymous

YES WITH Y-INTERCEPT = -6 AND PERPENDICULAR TO Y + 2X +1

- anonymous

so once again what is the question

- anonymous

well
perpendicular lines on coordinate plane implies
that they must have the same slope

- anonymous

this is all that matters

- anonymous

have to write a equation of each line

- anonymous

oo okies

- anonymous

sorry

- anonymous

?

- anonymous

for explaining what I neeed to do

- anonymous

lol i need it XD

- anonymous

well
here goes

- anonymous

in geometry
with a proof
it says that
given:
lines AB and CB are perpendiclar <-----this an example
provided that you know what perpendicular means

- anonymous

yes

- anonymous

so
on a coordinate plane it is the same principle
but you have no proof
you have to create the line with 2 or more equations to be perpendicular to each other

- anonymous

how will you not make them intersect?

- anonymous

they must have the same slope

- anonymous

does this make sense?

- anonymous

a slope of
2x and
1.9999x
it will still intersect
no mater you close you make it to 2
unless it is not 2 it will intersect

- anonymous

is this point understandable?

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