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# Line K and L intersect at point (16/5, 12/5). What is the

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Line K and L intersect at point (16/5, 12/5). What is the
slope of line L?

a) one of the angles formed at the intersection is 90
b) line k passes through the origin

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praetorian

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14 Oct 2003, 00:51
(1) lines are perpendicular, so slope K*slope L=-1. We should know slope K, NOT SUFF
(2) we have 2 points on the line K, so we can find its slope. Slope L can be any. NOT SUFF

combine: SUFF

C.

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14 Oct 2003, 00:51
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