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example to show why it is false. if the slope of the line L1 is positive, then the slope of a line L2 perpendicular to L1 may be positive or ne ative. 0 Two. The slopes of L1 and L2 are negative reciprocals of each other. so they both
can be negative or positive.
(7 True. The slopes of L1 and L2 are reciprocals of each each other, so they both can be negative or positive.
Ii- False. Let the slope of L1 be m1 > 0. Then the slope of L2 is False. Let the slope of L1 be m1 > 0. Then the slope of L2 is
m2 = m1 > 0. ...
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