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# Find 'p' if the equations forming the straight lines

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Find 'p' if the equations forming the straight lines 2x+4y+7=0 and px+8y+9=0 are perpendicular to each other.

-4
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-16
-16/3

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06 Mar 2004, 19:16
Product of slopes m1 & m2= -1
(-1/2)&(-p/8) = -1
p = -16!!

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