In slope intercept form how do you find a line perpendicular to 3x + 2y=6 and passes through the origin?
In slope intercept form how do you find a line perpendicular to 3x + 2y=6 and passes through the origin?
I know how to find the perpendicular line but not the perpendicular line with the same y intercept
P(0,0),y=-9x-1 and P(2,3),y-4=-2(x=3)
Consider the graph of the function f(x)=3x^2-12x+14. What is the graph of the line perpendicular to the tangent line of this graph when x=3? Here's what I figured: f'(x)=6x-12 f'(3)=6(3)-12 6=m...
line l is perpendicular to 9y + 5 - 10x = 0 and goes through (9,8). Find the equation of line l and write answer in standard form with integral coefficients. Thank you!
Which of the following is the equation of a line perpendicular to the line y=-3/2 x + 4 passing through the point (3,9) A.) 2x - 3y = 21 B.) -2x + 3y = 21 C.) 2x + 3y = 21 D...
write the slope intercept equation of the line that is perpendicular to 3y+x=3 and passes through (6,-1)
write the equation of line in general form parallel and perpendicular to 3x-4y=7 passing through the point (-9, 7)
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This Dynamic GeoGebra sketch demonstrates why perpendicular lines have negative reciprocal slopes.
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(a) l is the line x+2y-6=0. The line k is perpendicular to l and its y intercept is -7. Find the equation of k (b) m and n are 2 lines which pass trough the point of intersection...
I have a test today and here are a few questions I have the answers to but I don't know how the teacher got there. He takes too long teaching one problem that at the end leaves us confused. Please...
I have the following math problem: Write the equation of the line in the standard form. Containing (9,8) and perpendicular to 3x-4y-5=0. I am so lost! I have no...
Write an equation in slope-intercept form for the line that passes through (-5,3) and is perpendicular to the line described by y= 5x.
I'm trying to put x+y=1 in point slope form and then find the parallel to that using the point (2,3)
Find an equation of the line. Write the equation using function notation. (Show all work) Through (2,-5);perpendicular to 9y=x-18
Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Now that we have a better understanding of lines and angles, we are ready to begin applying some of these concepts onto the Caresian coordinate plane. We will use our previous knowledge of slopes and algebraic equations to learn about parallel and perpendicular lines in the coordinate plane. Although the coordinate plane is used extensively... read more
its for conceptual algebra home work problem - (8,5),(5,-1);y=-1/2x+4
im trying to figure it out but i forget the steps
identify which lines are parallel