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Write an equation in standard form

the line perpendicular to x=4 and containing (2,5)

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Write an equation in standard form

the line perpendicular to x=4 and containing (2,5)

Step 2

The line x=4 is parallel to y-axis. And it is perpendicular to the y=c,

Where c is c...

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