Equation of line which perpendicular to the given line, Mathematics

Perpendicular to the line given by 10 y + 3x= -2

For this part we desire the line to be perpendicular to 10 y + 3x= -2 & so we know we can determine the new slope as follows,

m 2 =-=1/(-3/10)=10/3

Then, just as we did in the earlier part we can employ the point-slope form of the line to obtain the equation of the new line.  Here it is,

y=2+(10/3)(x-8)

=2+(10/3)x-(80/3)

y =(10/3)x-74/3

 

Posted Date: 4/6/2013 6:09:02 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Equation of line which perpendicular to the given line, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Equation of line which perpendicular to the given line, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Equation of line which perpendicular to the given line Discussions

Write discussion on Equation of line which perpendicular to the given line
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Using R function nlm and your code from Exercise E1.2, write an R function called pois.mix.mle to obtain MLEs of the parameters of the Poisson mixture model.

find a30 given that the first few terms of an arithmetic sequence are given by 6,12,18...

show that the circle described on any focal chord of the parabola touches the directrix

Properties of Integration

Find out the average temperature: Example: Find out the average temperature if the subsequent values were recorded: 600°F, 596°F, 597°F, 603°F Solution: Step

at what price a 6.25%rs 100 share be quoted when the money is worth 5%

1. A direction ?eld for a differential equation is shown. Draw, with a ruler, the graphs of the Euler approximations to the solution curve that passes through the origin. Use step

The Fisher's index The index of Fisher acts as a compromise between Paasche' index and Laspeyre's index. This is calculated as a geometric mean of the two indexes.

An elliptical galaxy has gravitational boundaries defiend by 9x 2 +16y 2 +144z 2 =144. A black hole at the center of the galaxy is interacting with dark matter producing a radiatio

1. Consider the trigonometric function f(t) = (a) What is the amplitude of f(t)? (b) What is the period of f(t)? (c) What are the maximum and minimum values attained by