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Write an equation of the line that passes through (6,-10) and is perpendicular to the line that passes through

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    (4,-6) and (3,-4)

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    What's another point on the line? There's an infinite amount of solutions

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    (4,-6) and (3,-4)

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    And you need an equation parallel to that line correct?

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    correct

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    Hang on please

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    okay

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    y = -8 + 2/4x, I'm pretty sure

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    can u explain how it comes out to that?

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    Yea, if you graph that equation it will be perpendicular to the other line and will meet at point (4, -6)

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    oh okay i see

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    Hope it helped :P

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    you did a lot! thank you!!

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    Sure, no prob :)

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