Posted by Vanilla Bear on Monday, October 29, 2012 at 10:02pm.
How do you make an equation that's perpendicular to the equation y=x+5? The given points are (3,3)
Please help and explain step by step thank you!

Algebra I  Steve, Monday, October 29, 2012 at 10:59pm
slopes of perpendicular lines multiply to give 1.
slope of y=x+5 is 1
slope of perpendicular line is thus 1
so, you want a line with slope 1 through (3,3).
Pull out your pointslope form of the line:
y+3 = 1(x3)
y = x
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