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Determine an equation of the line that is perpendicular to x=4 and passes through (2,3).

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  1. madscientist101
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    y=3

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    madsci FTW!

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    y = 0x + 3 or just y = 3

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    Ok so how do you find that though?

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    x=4 is a vertical line y= any constant is a horizontal line you need y=3 because it goes through (2,3)

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    Oh ok Makes sense Because I guess I didn't think about x=4 not having a slope. Thank you!

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