# slope

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In a rectangle ABCD, the slope of line AB is 1 and the slope of line BC is -1/2. What is the slope of the altitude to line AD the altitude to line CD.

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How are you defining altitude? Normally, I would measure altitude perpendicular to either the axis coordinate, OR perpendicular to a side of the rectangle.

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