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Asked Sep 18, 2019

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Find the slope of a line perpendicular to each of the following

y=x

Step 1

Consider the given equation *y* = *x*.

In order to compute the slope of the given line, first rewrite the line equation into slope- intercept form, that is *y* = *mx* + *b*.

Step 2

Clearly, here the given equation is in terms of *y*, thus the slope of the line *y* = *x* is *m* = 1.

It is known that, two lines are sa...

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