The distance from the origin to your line is given by
You also have
The slope of the line will be negative.
Here's the graph of your line. Can you get anywhere?. Try letting B=1 and then use the two equations to solve for A and C.
Need help with this qustion from coordinate geometry:
Write down the equation of any line through the point (-4, 2).
Hence find the equations of the two lines through the point (-4, 2) whose perpendicular distance from the origin is 2.
Please post the solution to the problem, not only the answer.
The distance from the origin to your line is given by
You also have
The slope of the line will be negative.
Here's the graph of your line. Can you get anywhere?. Try letting B=1 and then use the two equations to solve for A and C.