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Choose the equation of the line passing through the point (1, -5) and perpendicular to y =1/5 x - 10. y = 5x + 10 y = 5x y = -5x - 10 y = -5x

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  1. RyanL. Group Title
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    y =1/5 x - 10 what is the slope of the equation I wrote?

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  2. kibrelle Group Title
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    i dnt know

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    the slope is 1/5

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    we know that the slope of the equation is 1/5 but we also know that any line perpendicular to that will have a negative reciprocal slope What is the negative reciprocal of 1/5?

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    -5

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  6. RyanL. Group Title
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    @jaacre Please stop answering. You are not the one who asked the question

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    y= -5x - 10

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    @kibrelle why did you pick that answer?

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  9. kibrelle Group Title
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    because when i worked it out thats what i got and im pretty sure i didnt miss a step

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    (1, -5) plug that point to the answer you choose. Does the equation make sense when you plug that point in?

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  11. kibrelle Group Title
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    i guess so

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    Show me the work then

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  13. kibrelle Group Title
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    @RyanL. im not i the mood so no need for rudeness and y=-5x-10 (1, -5)

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    @RyanL. sorry this part was nt ment for u wrote it in the wrong spot mb im not i the mood so no need for rudeness

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    I'm not being rude I'm asking your to show me why you think your answer is right by showing your work.

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  16. kibrelle Group Title
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    @RyanL. i wrote tha in the wrong spot that was ment for smebody else nd i kno ur notbein rude

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