Please explain how you did it.

Please explain how you did it.

write the equation of the line through the given points perpendicular to the given line

A line contains the points (-1,1) and (5,4) The slope is 1/2 The equation of the line in point-slope form is: (y-1) = 1/2(x- -1) The equation of the line in slope-intercept form is: y...

Through: (4, 2), perp. to y = -4/3x – 4

Through: (-3, -1), perp. To y = -8x + 4

y = 2x - 1

y = -5/2x

idk this is hard i need help pls help

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i got the answer y=1/5x+3 but it was supposedly incorrect . Can you please help me figure this out ?

I know I have to do the point slop form, however got a weird answer every time I used that equation.

Through: (3, 2), perpendicular to y = -x - 5

Through: (-1, -1), perpendicular to y = -1/5x + 4

Either be r=4.5, r=9, r=-3 or r=1.5 Please help.

Which equation describes the line that passes through the point (-9,9) and is perpendicular to the graph of y=-8/9x-4/9? a. y=9/8x + 153/8 b. y= -9/8x - 9/8 c. y=9/8x -9/8 d...

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find the equation of the line that is perpendicular to 4y+x+40=O that passes through the point (1/2,0)

How do I solve

I need help with this. I have to give the equation in slope-intercept form and standard form. I know perpendicular lines are a negative reciprocal.

Which equation describes the line that passes through the point (2, – 8) and is perpendicular to the graph of y = -7/4x + 9/4