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If two lines in the cartesian plane are perpendicular, show that the angles they make with the positive \(x\) axis can be written as \(\alpha\) and \(\frac{\pi}{2}+\alpha\) for some \(\alpha\). Hence prove that the product of their slopes is \(-1\)
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