Determine the slope of the line through the given points (-4,1), (-1,-2). State whether the line is the graph of an increasing function, decreasing function, a constant function or not a function.

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Determine the slope of the line through the given points (-4,1), (-1,-2). State whether the line is the graph of an increasing function, decreasing function, a constant function or not a function.

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to find slope you do y2-y1/x2-x1 so -3/-5
How do I tell whether its increasing, decreasing or not at all..I think that part is where i'm actually stuck a bit
correct. to find slope you do y2-y1divided by x2-x1

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you will have to look at your paper infront of you. negative is negative and positive it positive. if the slope is increasing it will be a positive if its decreasing it will usually be descreasing. look on your X and Y axis if they are crossing and stright across then not at all
how is your paper set up?
you will also have to look at the 1, 2, 3 and 4 sides on your graph
if your doing a graph
Wouldn't the formula look like this though > \[-2-(-1)/-1-(-4) = -1/3\]
This book is horrible. I get more information off the internet to help explain things like YOU Tube than this book.
Oh, wow. I see where I messed that up
i know how you feel, its just like my workbook, and textbook and teacher...NO INFO AT ALL thats why i came here this is my first time using this...more help on here than anywhere else.
What grade are you in? And are you taking algebra or pre algebra by chance?
are you getting it by chance?
Sad to say a college algebra class. Been so many years since i've taken Algebra. Horrible after all these years.
and while im on here do you know what the fraction would be of 2.4?
oh its ok lol.
the books suck and dont give any info what so ever.
Yep, getting. I'm assuming this one would be a decreasing function? Not understanding where they determine that.
i cant figure out what the fraction of 2.4 is do u know?
12/5
I'm just not seeing where you get the -3/-5. I keep getting a positive fraction

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