How do you find the slope perpendicular to #2x + 3 = 4y#?
Since the given equation is a simple linear equation, it's not difficult to find the slope perpendicular to the given equation.
Now, we know that the product of the value of the slopes of 2 perpendicular lines is equal to negative of unity, that is
The above equation should first be made into a general slope equation first, so it becomes
So the slope of the above given equation is taken as
Now, substituting this in the given equation, we get