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2022-10-11

Find the slope of the line perpendicular to y = - 3 14 x + 10

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2022-10-12Added 10 answers

If a line has a slope of a/b, then any line perpendicular to that line will have a slope of -(b/a). In your question the slope of the given line was -3/14, therefore the slope of any perpendicular line to the given line must be -(-14/3), or simplified to 14/3.

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