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Is my answer right? Write the equation of the line passing through the point (2,-1) and is perpendicular to x=-2 I got y=1; is it right?

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how y=1 ? , nopes.
oh/: could you maybe explain how to do this? Cause Im lost on this one lol
yes, x=-2 is a vertical line, right ?

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the line perpendicular to vertical line is ______ line ?
horizontal? so it would be on the y axis right?
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horizontal is correct, the general equation of horizontal line is ?
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that's what i got lol
umm y=?
the point is (2,-1) not (2,1)
ohhhhh wow thank you I didn't see that :o
then the equation will be ?
wait no the point is (2,1) and its perpendicular to x=-2
then y=1 is correct , lol :P
haha oh ohk thanks
welcome ^_^

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