I can do 6(a) but I'm really confused on how to find the value of K. Part (a) I got
5x+2y+3=0 and gradient as 5/-2
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- 16-05-2016 19:08
- 17-05-2016 14:06
The gradient of -(5/2) becomes 2/5 for the line m. Because they are perpendicular. If you rearrange the given equation for m to get y= ... You will get a gradient of -(2/k).
Writing 2/5= -(2/k) and solving for k gives you your answer.