Consider the line =y+−6x2 . Find the equation of the line that is perpendicula

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Mar 27th, 2015

for the perpendicular, the slope will be 1/6

y-5/x+2=1/6

y-5=1/6(x+2)

y-5=1/6x+1/3

y=1/6x+5 1/3

for the parallel line, the slope will be -6

y-5/x+2=-6

y-5=-6(x+2)

y-5=-6x-12

y=-6x-7

Mar 27th, 2015

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