FInd the slope of the line perpendicular to y=−14/9x+11

Heergerneuu 2022-09-17 Answered
FInd the slope of the line perpendicular to y = - 14 9 x + 11
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Willie Sharp
Answered 2022-09-18 Author has 7 answers
The question was mentioned as y = - 14 9 + 11 , but I think it should have been y = - 14 9 x + 11 .
As the equation is already in slope intercept form, slope of this line is - 14 9 .
A line perpendicular to this will have slope of 9 14 , as product of slopes of two perpendicular lines is −1.
(In case the line is truly y = - 14 9 + 11 , it has zero slope and a line perpendicular to it will be parallel to y axis.

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