## ashleylynn Group Title Which pair of slopes could represent perpendicular lines? a. 1/7, 7 b.1/2, 2/4 c. -3/4, 4/3 d. 1/3, 1/3 Which is the equation for the line perpendicular to y = –5/3x + 11/3 and containing P(–2, 3)? a. y-2 = -3/5 (x-3) b. y = -5/3x + 4 1/3 c. y= - 3/5x + 4 1/5 d. y = 3/5x + 4 1/5 one year ago one year ago

1. ashleylynn Group Title

@MOnsterBunnyNi

2. MOnsterBunnyNi Group Title

1. A 2. c if im not mistaken First one Draw a graph and plot the pionts second question plug in answer chooses and solve

3. ashleylynn Group Title

thank you!! i was confused on how to do it

4. MOnsterBunnyNi Group Title

youre welcome

5. 03225186213 Group Title

@MOnsterBunnyNi wrong perpendicular lines have slope m1m2=-1 that is negative inverse of each other

6. 03225186213 Group Title

for second question what will be slope of perpendicular line? as taught

7. 03225186213 Group Title

do you know?@ashleylynn

8. 03225186213 Group Title

given equ have slope -5/3 what will be slope of perpendicular line?

9. 03225186213 Group Title

are u interested to learn?

10. clubcanthandlekg Group Title

for number 1: perpendicular slopes are negative reciprocals of each other. i.e., when multiplied together they equal -1. The only set of slopes that satisfies this in number 1 is the set of slopes in c. for number 2: Same idea as number one, for it to be perpendicular, the slope (coefficient of x) must be the negative reciprocal as the original slope. If the original slope is (-5/3), then the perpendicular slope must be (3/5). Therefore, number 2 is d.