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3. Writing the equations of parallel and perpendicular lines given a line and a point

3. Writing the equations of parallel and perpendicular lines given a line and a point

Author: Crystal Kirch
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Tutorial

Summer Concept 3 - Part 1 (notes)

This video will go over the notes at the beginning of Concept 3

Source: Created by Crystal Kirch using Camtasia for Mac

Summer Concept 3 - Part 2 (examples #1-4)

This video will work out the examples #1-4 from Concept 3. Be sure to try them on your own first, and check your answers at the end of the video.
This video will guide those of you who still need step by step instruction.

Source: Created by Crystal Kirch using Camtasia for Mac

Summer Concept 3 - Part 3 (Examples #5-6)

This video will work out the examples #5-6 from Concept 3. Be sure to try them on your own first, and check your answers at the end of the video.
This video will guide those of you who still need step by step instruction.

Source: Created by Crystal Kirch using Camtasia for Mac

#7 and #8 troubling you?

These are optional problems, but you should be able to do them.  If you are looking at them and saying, "I don't know where to start", send me an email (mrskirch@gmail.com) and I'll make a video of it for you and post it here.

If you've tried them but just want to check your answers, you can ask me as well!