Posted by **Megan** on Wednesday, March 19, 2008 at 7:19pm.

Did I do this right? Or do I need to start over.

Find the slope of the line described.

A line perpendicular to -4x+4y=-2

-4x+4y=-2

4y=4x-2

4y/4=4x-2/4

y=1x-1/2

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