This quick reference sheet will provide students with concise notes about how to take an equation and write another equation that is perpendicular to it. The example given in the notes is:
"Find the equation of a line that is perpendicular to 2x +3y = 6 and passes through (5, 2). Put your answer in slope-intercept
This one page note sheet provides simple step-by-step directions that students could use to complete their homework and study for quizzes. I also have a similar one posted for parallel lines.
If you are pleased with this study guide I would appreciate any positive feedback you would be willing to leave. Thank you and happy teaching!
Writing Equations of Perpendicular Lines
by Dana Burrows
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