Question

Find an equation for the line **perpendicular** to the line −3x−3y=−4−3x−3y=−4 having the same y-intercept as −2x+8y=9−2x+8y=9.

Step 1

It is known that, let *m*_{1} and *m*_{2 }be the slope of the perpendicular lines then *m*_{1}×*m*_{2 }= –1.

Step 2

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