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@texaschic101 can u plz help
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@Nnesha Can you help?
OK, so, the line X=4 has what slope?
No. When a line is defined by x=k, then for any y, the x value is k: |dw:1440609795470:dw| This means it is straight up and down.
So, if it is straight up and down, what is perpendicular to it and passes through (3,5)?
so the slope is undefined and the one that goes through it would have no slope?
Yes. And what has no slope, or is horozontal, and goes through (3,5)?
idk? it would have to have an opposite slope right?
Well, they sort of do.... it is basically infinite slope for up and down, and the negative invers of infinite slope basically goes to zero... but it would take advanced calculus to discuss how that could work. What I would use is the simpler version of perpendicular. They meet at right angles. So one is a vertiaacal line and one is a horozontal line. If you know that it is a horozontal line, then the only question is which horozontal line passes through the given point?
Exactly. So what is the equation of that line?
wait i think i got it is the answer y=5
YES! There it is.
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