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The lines shown in the figure below are

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  1. anonymous
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    A. parallel. B. perpendicular. C. neither parallel nor perpendicular. D. both parallel and perpendicular.

  3. amoodarya
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    picture is not clear but you can check slope , and compare if slope1 =slope2 parallel if slope1 . slope 2=-1 they are perpendicular if not all above neither parallel nor perpendicular and choice d never be possible

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    i did that and got choice c is c correct?

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