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  • 5 years ago

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

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  1. anonymous
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    (a,b) (c,d) slope = (a-c)/(b-d)

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    or, that's not right. It's (b-d)/(a-c)

  3. anonymous
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    y=mx+b i believe

  4. anonymous
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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"

  5. anonymous
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    this is alll it says!!!

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    so would that be consider not found

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    \[m=\frac{x _{1}-x _{2}}{y _{1}-y _{2}}\]

  8. anonymous
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    The ys go on top and xs on bottom

  9. anonymous
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    -23 over 4.9

  10. anonymous
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    I wrote the equation wrong, sorry. the -23 goes in the denomintor and the 4.9 in the numerator

  11. anonymous
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    m=\frac{y _{1}-y _{2}}{x _{1}-x _{2}}

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    \[m=\frac{y _{1}-y _{2}}{x _{1}-x _{2}}\]

  13. anonymous
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    -23 on the top and the4.9 on the bottom

  14. anonymous
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    4.9/-23

  15. anonymous
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    Right

  16. anonymous
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    ok

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