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find the slope of the line containing the given pair of points. (-1,3) and (-1, -5) please help..

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  1. anonymous
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    Take the difference of the y's divided by the difference of the x's, that's your slope.

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    im sorry i dnt understand at all

  3. anonymous
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    Wait. These two points can't be in the same line.

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    Check the coordinates of the two points!!

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    can u show me y it said it might not coordinate

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    You see both have the same x-coordinate, and different y-coordinates. This can't be true for a line.

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    ok thanks so much

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    You're welcome

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