what is the slope? (-11.6,19.8) and (11.4)(14.9)

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what is the slope? (-11.6,19.8) and (11.4)(14.9)

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(a,b) (c,d) slope = (a-c)/(b-d)
or, that's not right. It's (b-d)/(a-c)
y=mx+b i believe

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That won't get you the slope, you need to find (the difference in y)(the difference in x) which gives the "rise over run"
this is alll it says!!!
so would that be consider not found
\[m=\frac{x _{1}-x _{2}}{y _{1}-y _{2}}\]
The ys go on top and xs on bottom
-23 over 4.9
I wrote the equation wrong, sorry. the -23 goes in the denomintor and the 4.9 in the numerator
m=\frac{y _{1}-y _{2}}{x _{1}-x _{2}}
\[m=\frac{y _{1}-y _{2}}{x _{1}-x _{2}}\]
-23 on the top and the4.9 on the bottom
4.9/-23
Right
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