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Write the equation of the line which passes through (2, –3) and is perpendicular to y = 4x + 7 in standard form. my answer is y=-1/4x-7/2

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    m=-1/4

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    sorry i got it wrong

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    but i get this Y=-1/4x+b -3=-1/4(2) +b -3=-1/2+b b=-7/2 Y=-1/4x-7/2

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    you are right

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    good work

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    thank u r the best :)

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    noooo i was right lol

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    yeah you got it wrong

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    no i didnt

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    y=-1/4x-5/2

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    how show me work

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    -3=-1/2+c c=-5/2

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    okay?

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    i should admire that your university algebra course is quite easy lol

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    if c=-5/2 m=-1/4 then y=mx+c y=(-1/4)x-5/2

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    ok i get it

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    good ;)

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    u add 1/2 not -

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    huh? but the final eq is right

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