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what is the equation of line perpendicular to 3y=-2x+7

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can u find the slope of given line ?
is there no other information ?
there are infinitely many lines unless u specify a point

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oh sorry ...it passes through 3,1
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the equation of any line perpendicular to 3y=-2x+7 is 3x-2y=k
now solve for k
how did you find slope?
slope is given by m where y=mx+c slope of perpendicular line will be -1/m
@AravindG thank you now i can do it :)
:) welcomes!!
so m= (-2/3)?? right??
well i guess m= -2/3 and 1/m= -3/2
m=-2/3
-1/m =3/2
y-1=(3/2)(x-3)
oops thanks again ...now i can do the rest ...thank you guys
2y-2=3x-9
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