Q: What is always perpendicular to -3x plus y equals 2?

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No, the two lines are not perpendicular.

No.

The slopes of perpendicular lines are negative reciprocals.[ y = -3x + 2 ] is perpendicular to [ y = x/3 plus any number ].

y = 1/3x+4

No because the slope of the second equation is 1/4 and for it to be perpendicular to the first equation it should be 1/3

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No, the two lines are not perpendicular.

No.

The slopes of perpendicular lines are negative reciprocals.[ y = -3x + 2 ] is perpendicular to [ y = x/3 plus any number ].

y = 1/3x+4

3x+y = 4 y = -3x+4 Perpendicular slope: 1/3

No because the slope of the second equation is 1/4 and for it to be perpendicular to the first equation it should be 1/3

4y= -3x + 12 y = -3/4x + 3 The perpendicular slope is 4/3

They are perpendicular lines because the slopes are 3/4 and -4/3 respectively.

- 1/3

No. they are parallel, since the slopes are both equal in this case 3. To be perpendicular the product of the slopes of both lines is equal to -1 (i.e., m1*m2 = -1).

3X + 5Y = 155Y = -3X + 15Y = (-3/5)X + 3The slope of this line is -3/5.The slope of a line perpendicular to it is 5/3.

Slope of given line = -3 Therefore, slope of perpendicular = 1/3