Right the equations in y=mx+b form. In the first equation you'll have the slope and in the second . Use what you know about the relationship between the slopes of perpendicular lines to solve for p.
Right the equations in y=mx+b form. In the first equation you'll have the slope and in the second . Use what you know about the relationship between the slopes of perpendicular lines to solve for p.
Thank you For some reason I kept on getting 4, but then I realized I accidentally eliminated the p squared part. Thanks again!!