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A line passing through (2,2) is perpendicular to the line 3x+2y=3.its y intercept is?

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Since the Lines are perpendicular m 1 * m2 = -1
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3x+2y=3 3x + 2y - 3 =0 m1 = -a/b = -3/2 m2 = 2/3 Nw use Point Slope Form
y-y1 = m(x-x1)
Hope nw u can Solve it
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i got till here before gettig 2/3..itswrrong
(2,2) y-y1 = m(x-x1) y-2 = 2/3 ( x-2) 3y - 6 = 2x - 4 2x - 3y +2=0
Nw to Find y intercept.....Put x = 0
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So -3y = -2 y = 2/3
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But that Shuld be it.....Can u Check ur Question and Answer Key Once Agian ?
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Are you 100% sure you copied the correct equation and point? If not, then @Yahoo! is spot on.
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yes..i just want to confirm is there any hope of getting 4/3 or is there defintely a misprint in my ans key..
Read the second part of my comment. It already states that if it is the correct equation and point, then it's a typo/misprint.

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