MAT116Week6ConceptCheck

# MAT116Week6ConceptCheck - the line y=3x 2 and y=-1/3)x-8...

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Running head: CONCEPT CHECK 1 Concept Check Brenda McCoy MAT/116 October 14, 2011 Jamie Jefferson

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CONCEPT CHECK 2 Concept Check How can you determine if two lines are perpendicular? If two lines meet and form a 90 degree angle, then they are perpendicular. For example,
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Unformatted text preview: the line y=3x+2 and y=(-1/3)x-8. The slope of y1 equals 3 and the slope of y2 equals (-1/3). If you m1 is multiplied by m2 they equal -1. Hence they are perpendicular because the slopes equal -1 and form a 90 degree angle....
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