the problem is:

Perpendicuar to y= -5/7x passing through (6/5,0)

I know that to be perp it has to be opp/co so itll be 7/5x but i dont know what to do next at all.

The answer says: y= 7/5x - 6/5

I have no idea how to get there

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- September 18th 2011, 07:55 AMgurrryperpendicular passing through a point
the problem is:

Perpendicuar to y= -5/7x passing through (6/5,0)

I know that to be perp it has to be opp/co so itll be 7/5x but i dont know what to do next at all.

The answer says: y= 7/5x - 6/5

I have no idea how to get there - September 18th 2011, 08:04 AMProve ItRe: perpendicular passing through a point
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