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10-27.

Given $\textbf{v} = 3\textbf{i} − 2\textbf{j}$, find two vectors that have the same magnitude as $\textbf{v}$ but are perpendicular to $\textbf{v}$.

The slope of the given vector is $−2/3$.
What is the slope of the perpendicular vector?