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What is the slope of AD? HELP PLEASE

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AD, is a line. there is a formula to find the slopes of lines (y2-y1)/(x2-x1). find the coordinates of AD and please attempt the problem.

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if you don't understand how to find slope, stop doing your homework go to youtube and search "how to find slope"
|dw:1324519014334:dw| I think thats right.
i wud love to do that but i dont really have time to watch a nice little video this has to be done by midnight and its worth 200 points i have alot on the line here if i dont get a good grade on it
Itd be faster+more worth it to watch the videos and understand it, then to ask here.
ill watch them after i get this done
how much time does it take to ask each question and wait for answers vs solving it yourself. This is basic algebra you can do it.
like i said the ones i know how to do im doing
Good job! Keep going.

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