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3. The lines shown in the figure below are___.
(1 point)
parallel.
perpendicular.
neither parallel nor perpendicular.
both parallel and perpendicular.
4. Two lines are perpendicular when (1 point)
the product of their slopes is –1.
the product of their slopes is greater than 0.
they have the same slope.
their slopes are undefined.
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3. The lines shown in the figure below are___. (1 point) parallel. perpendicular. neither parallel nor perpendicular. both parallel and perpendicular. 4. Two lines are perpendicular when (1 point) the product of their slopes is –1. the product of their slopes is greater than 0. they have the same slope. their slopes are undefined.
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For question 3.
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My answers: 3. parallel 4. 1 is this correct?
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@shubham.bagrecha Thank you
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