Find the slope perpendicular to 5x+2y=10

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Find the slope perpendicular to 5x+2y=10
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Mohammed Farley
Answered 2022-09-15 Author has 15 answers
Given -
5 x + 2 y = 10
Slope of the given line is m 1 = - a b = - 5 2
Two lines are perpendicular when m 1 × m 2 = - 1
Then
m 2 = - 1 m 1 = - 1 ÷ - 5 2 = - 1 × - 2 5 = 2 5
m 2 = 2 5

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