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neel(dope)

  • 2 years ago

Explain, in complete sentences, the relationship between the equations of perpendicular lines.

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  1. neel(dope)
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    help me out

  2. amorfide
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    if you have an equation y=2x+3 you know that the gradient is 2 but if there is a line perpendicular to it the gradient of the perpendicular line would be -1/m m is the gradient of the original equation so the relationship would be that the gradients are negative reciprocals of each other or atleast that is what i would put

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    thxs dude

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