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Sorry, my fingers are slower than my head.
Thanks irspow but you're a bit late
Perpendicular lines slopes always share a negative inverse relationship.
You got the gradient right, because to find a perpendicular gradient, you divide -1 by the original gradient.
The perpendicular line would be:
I've completed a few of these with no problem but I am stuck on: