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Mathematics, 07.11.2020 04:30, Alisewilcox

Please help ASAP Complete the explanation to determine whether each statement is always, sometimes, or never true. If line d is perpendicular to line e, then the slope of line e is 0.

If line d is vertical, then line e is (parallel, vertical, or horizontal) and has a slope of 0. The statement is (always, sometimes, or never) true.

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