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anonymous

  • one year ago

Could someone help with these questions? They are numbers 5 7 and 8 on chapter 13 of the pdf attached.

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    Numbers 5 7 and 8 on the last page of the pdf, to be more specific.

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    5) The answer is C. k = 3.... Product of slopes should be -1(the lines are to be perpendicular) and slope of 6x-4y =12 is 3/2 and slope of perpendicular line is -2/3 which is possible iff k(coefficient of x) is 3....

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    Thank you!

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    No problem :)

  6. anonymous
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    Can anybody help with 7 and 8?

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    Lol, sorry I'm no good with finding the vertex. Haha. Wouldn't want you to flunk because of me.

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    Haha that's fine, thanks anyway

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    No prob :)

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