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the product of slope of two mutually perpendicular lines is -1. but the product of slope of X-axis and Y-axis is not -1.

the product of  slope of two mutually perpendicular lines is -1.


but the product of slope of X-axis and Y-axis is not -1. 

Grade:12

2 Answers

sushant singh
66 Points
9 years ago

hey sachit 

If the products of slopes of two mutually perpendicular lines is always -1

i.e. if two mutually perpendicular lines have slopes m1and m2 respectively then

 

     

 

i think this figure will give you the answer for the solution you are loooking for 

Nimon B
63 Points
9 years ago

Because the slope of the y axis is actually undefined, so it's questionable whether one can even talk about the product of these slopes.

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