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Jun 16th, 2015
Lets say you need a slope intercept equation for a line that goes through (-2,1) and is perpendicular to y= 5. y= 5 has a slope of zero. So, to find the line perpendicular, we need to draw y=5 (straight horizontal line) and plot the point (-2,1). Since the line is perpendicular to y=5, it must be vertical. This vertical line must also pass through (-2,1). So, we know the line will pass through all points where x = -2. Because it will always pass through x = -2, you can only write a simple equation of x = -2
algebra assign 2.docx Here is my assignment! I am not sure how exactly to do both of them and I wasn't sure how to get only the graph to you so I thought I might as well send both! But thank you so much for helping!