Identifying parallel and perpendicular lines
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Quick answer: NO

The product of the two slopes must be equal to -1, for them to be perpindicular.

The product of these two slopes is (-2) * 2 = -4 not equal -1.
answered May 1 by Fermat Level 11 User (80,500 points)

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