I have two vectors given as A(1,3), B(7, 2) and

a line that crosses the point P(2, -5)

The vector B is perpendicular to the line.

How to find the equation of the line?

Thank you.

I have two vectors given as A(1,3), B(7, 2) and

a line that crosses the point P(2, -5)

The vector B is perpendicular to the line.

How to find the equation of the line?

Thank you.

a line that crosses the point P(2, -5)

The vector B is perpendicular to the line.

How to find the equation of the line?

Thank you.

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mitnord wrote:How to find the equation of the line?

If <7, 2> is perpendicular to the line, what vector would be parallel?

Given that parallel direction vector and the point (2, -5) on the line, what then would be the equation of the line?

Hope that helps!