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Geometry - A line perpendicular to y=-3+1 with the y-intercept 4

A line perpendicular to y=-3+1 with the y-intercept 4

Posted in Geometry, asked by Mariah, 6 years ago. 1827 hits.

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I think the equation is:
y = -3x + 1 (you missed x above)
Slope of this line is -3
Slope of line perpendicular to this line will be 1/3.
Y-intercept of new lines is 4.
Equation of a line having slope m and y-intercept c is written as:
y = mx + c
here m=1/3 and c=4
so equation will be:
y=x/3 + 4
or
3y= x + 12

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