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dyllybean
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CAN YALL HELP PLZZzz

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AdelaLestourgeon

The answer would be the third one . Perpendicular would always be the opposite of your original slope. Hope this helps! (:

Kierrah

y - 3 = (-3/8)(x + 2) Because, The gradient has been inverted, showing that the line is perpendicular (indicated by the -1/m). Additionally, slotting -2 in to that equation gives us 3, which is the y component we need (assuming that y is isolated, and made the subject, otherwise it would equal 0). This shows that this line passes through (-2, 3).

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