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What is the easiest way to find the slope of a line that pass through a(-2,2) and b(1,1)?

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    1/-3

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    well there is only one way.. need the formula |dw:1324254175957:dw|

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    naming your pairs you will have: x1= -2 x2=1 y1=2 y2=1

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    Thank you. If a table is provided, that has hour 1, distance 50; hour 2 distance 100; hour 4, distance 200; hour 8, distance 400 how do I figure that out?

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    take only two pair... like (1 and 50) (2 and 100)

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    x1= 1 x2= 2 y1= 50 y2= 100

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    Thank you so very much. =)

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    u r welcome

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