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Let c be any constant number. Which of the following will always be perpendicular to −4x + y = −2?

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    where are the following

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    ?

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    y=4x+c y= -4x+c y= -1/4x +c y= 1/4x+c

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    solve for y in the equation from the question and tell me what you have

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    yes y=4x-2

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    this has a slope of 4, and any line perpendicular will have a slope of -1/4

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    so what is the answer?

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    C

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    correct

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    so if slope is a, then perpendicular slope is -1/a

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