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What must be true about the slopes of two perpendicular lines, neither of which is vertical?
A The slopes are equal.
B The slopes have product 1.
C The slopes have product –1.
D One of the slopes must be 0.
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What must be true about the slopes of two perpendicular lines, neither of which is vertical? A The slopes are equal. B The slopes have product 1. C The slopes have product –1. D One of the slopes must be 0.
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Your welcome :)
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Parallel lines have equal slope. the slopes of two perpendicular lines have a product of 1, so C
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