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Write an equation in slope intercept form perpendicular to (-3,10) (3,-2) and goes through (-2,5)

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  1. use the first 2 points to find the slope
    How is the slope of your new line related to this slope ?
    follow the method I just used in the previous reply to your other question.
    Let me know what you get.

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