Kelly J.

asked • 03/19/13

Find the slope of the line that is perpendicular to x-y=3

Graph equation and show work step by step

Mark A.

Our answering system doesn't allow the posting of graphical pictures.  If you want to graph an equation perpendicular to y=x-3, plot two points for any equation that has a slope of -1.  A simple example would be y = -x -3, which would pass through the point (0, -3) just like your original equation..

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05/13/13

Steve S.

See http://www.wyzant.com/resources/files/264519/perpendicular_lines_slope_relationship_proof
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03/09/14

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Kevin S. answered • 03/19/13

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