OpenStudy (kiera_):

A line has a slope of –5 and a y-intercept of (0, 3). What is the equation of the line that is perpendicular to the first line and passes through the point (3, 2)?

11 months ago
OpenStudy (kiera_):

11 months ago
OpenStudy (royalranger):

What is the reciprocal of -5?

11 months ago
OpenStudy (jdoe0001):

soooooo kiera_ don't keep us in suspense, we're biting out nails out already, I got goosebumps..... tell us :) bearing in mind a perpendicular line equation will have a NEGATIVE RECIPROCAL slope as the line it crosses

11 months ago
OpenStudy (kiera_):

im sorry, its 5

11 months ago
OpenStudy (royalranger):

Yep @jdoe0001. i was just waiting for a response so i could tell her that step lol

11 months ago
OpenStudy (royalranger):

No the reciprocal of -5 is not 5.

11 months ago
OpenStudy (kiera_):

then what is it ?

11 months ago
OpenStudy (royalranger):

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11 months ago
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