Find the coordinates of the foot of perpendicular from the point (3,13) on the line 2x + 3y -32=0.

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slope of  2x+3y-32 is -2/3
as the linew is perpendicular m1*m2= -1
m1 * -2/3 = -1
m1 = 3/2
now use the formula (y-y")=m(x-x")
apply the coordinates (3,13) and the slope 3/2
your equation will be 3x-2y+17
and then use the elimination method to cut 3x-2y+17 and 2x+3y-32
and then u will get the values of x and y
 
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