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18. Write a paragraph proof of this theorem: In a plane, if two lines are perpendicular to the same line, then they are parallel to each other. Given: r perpendicular s, t perpendicular s Prove: r || t

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  1. lucwex
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    https://www.connexus.com/content/media/666994-642012-22408-PM-498347631.png

  2. NickR
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    ah good ol proofs glad i dont need to do those any more lol

  3. lucwex
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    i HATE these dang things man!

  4. NickR
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    wish i could help you on it but i dont remember a thing about them except that they are horrible

  5. lucwex
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    its cool man you helped me on so many other things no hard feelings.

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    ya good luck though

  7. lucwex
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    im just going to bs my way to a 0 on this question haha

  8. NickR
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    lmao ya do it while you can

  9. lucwex
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    What is an equation for the line that passes through points (–1, –4) and (1, 4)? Write the equation in slope-intercept form. (2 points)

  10. NickR
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    um 1 sec

  11. NickR
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    \[m=(y _{2}-y _{1})/(x _{2}-x _{1})\]

  12. NickR
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    this is going to be your slope plug in your #'s (x1,y1)(x2,y2)

  13. NickR
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    @lucwex you get what to do?

  14. lucwex
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    ya i think im going to carry on tomorrow im pooped

  15. NickR
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    ok this is what i got m=(4-(-4))/(1-(-1))

  16. lucwex
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    thanks for the han tonight pal

  17. NickR
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    np glad to help

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