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The equation of line AB is (y−3) = 5 (x − 4). What is the slope of a line perpendicular to line AB? How do you solve this!! :(

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  1. latinC
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    First turn your equation into slope intercept form then make a graph and graph the line(so you can see the line and study it) . Your perpendicular line would be the invert of AB.

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