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Q: What is the slope of (-13) and (-15)?

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Parallel lines have the same slope. The slope of the second line is also 13.

Points: (6, -10) and (-15, 15) Slope: (-10-15)/(6--15) = -25/21

If we call the slope m we can say that the slope of the perpendicular line is -1/m In this case as the slope, m, is 13 the slope of the perpendicular is -1/13 or -0.07692307692

A perpendicular lines slope is always the negative or opposite reciprocal of a lines slope. Therefore, if your slope is -13/1 then the perpendicularity of the other line is 1/13. The 13 would change positive there fore its its already a negative number then change it posiive.

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Slope: -13 Point: (5, 7) Equation: y = -13x+72 whereas -13 is the slope and 72 is the y intercept

Slope: -13 Point: (5, 7) Equation: y = -13x+72 whereas -13 is the slope and 72 is the y intercept

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36x-9y=15 36x-15=9y y=4x-15/4 remember slope is the m on y=mx+b so slope=4

Points: (3, 3) and (-6, -15) Slope works out as: 2

If you mean: slope of -13 and point of (5, 7) then the equation is y = -13x+72

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