I'm having immense difficulty understanding the logic behind the problem about graph equattion. Can somebody please assist me to understand how to come up with a comprehensive answer and explanation about graph equattion specifically in topic of perpendicular lines? I was taught how to do this before but now I forgot and confused how to solve it. I find it complicated to understand it alone so I think I really need a helping hand since I believe I canâ€™t do this on my own . If someone is familiar with graph equattion can you please help me? Thank you !

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