a. 2x-3y=11

b. 3x-2y=10

c. 3x+2y=10

d. 3x+2y=11
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First we work out the slopes of each line:

a) 2/3

b) 3/2

c) -3/2

d) -2/3

slope of the original line is 2/3. By definition of perpendicular the product of the slopes must be -1 so the slope of the perpendicular has to be -3/2, which is equation c.

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