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Determine whether the lines will be perpendicular when graphed. 3x - 2y = 6 2x + 3y = 6 A. Yes B. No

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First, convert the equations to y=mx+b format. This makes everything easier.
Okay ...
is it no :s ?

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Are you actually trying to figure it out, or are you just making people tell you the answers
I actually tried ://// math isn't easy for me I guess I'm just that dumb.
y=3x/2 -3 y=-2x/3+2
perpendicular lines have slopes that are negative inverses of each other
So if a line has a slope of 3x/2, then a line that is perpendicular to it has a slope of -2x/3
(hint hint)
Oh okay its yes :D
:B ...
Do you understand what makes lines perpendicular?
To make a line perpendicular to that line you have to take the "negative recipricol" of the first slope.
Yep you got it! Have fun with the rest of your homework

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