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we know that the product of slopes of perpendicular lines is -1, and we also know that X-axis and Y-axis are perpendicular to eachother.then,why the product of slopes of X-axis and Y-axis isnt -1

we know that the product of slopes of perpendicular lines is -1, and we also know that X-axis and Y-axis are perpendicular to eachother.then,why the product of slopes of X-axis and Y-axis  isnt -1

Grade:12th Pass

5 Answers

ankitesh gupta
63 Points
8 years ago

That''s becoz the slopes the lines are measured with respect to x axis and the slope of the x and y axis with respect to x axis is 0 and not defined

vivek kumar
57 Points
7 years ago

well.thats the wrong approach to it

chaitanya varna
33 Points
7 years ago

Well! thn in which way should we approach.....,

vivek kumar
57 Points
7 years ago

u have considered x and y as the coordinate axis.

if u mmultiply the slopes u get infinity *o form.

which in limiting conditions comes out to be -1

chaitanya varna
33 Points
7 years ago

how can infinity in  any condition(limited) become -1,if then what are the limiting conditions ?

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