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Choose the slope-intercept equation of the line that passes through the point (-5, -1) and is perpendicular to y = 5/2x + 2. A. y = 2/5x + 1 B. y = -5/2x -27/2 C. y = -2/5x - 3 D. y = 5/2x + 23/2

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    What is the slope of this line: y = 5/2x + 2?

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    idk

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    is it like the same thing we did last time?

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    no

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    oh. i forgot how to do this then

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  6. zordoloom Group Title
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    have you seen this equation before: y=mx+b?

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    yes

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    m is the slope is If you look at the equation y = 5/2x + 2, can you see how it's the same format?

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    oh yeah

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    So if you compare it to the format of y=mx+b, and if "m" represents the slope, can you find the slope of y = 5/2x + 2?

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    so is the answer D?

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    no

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  13. zordoloom Group Title
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    But you are close.

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  14. zordoloom Group Title
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    The question asked for a perpendicular line to y = 5/2x + 2

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    That means that it will be negative inverse

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    so it will look like -2/5

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    ohhhhh okay

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    so its B

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  19. zordoloom Group Title
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    no

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  20. zordoloom Group Title
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    It's C

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    oh thank you. Im really thankful of you helping me. :)

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    yep!

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