anonymous
  • anonymous
Which line has a slope of 1/2?
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anonymous
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radar
  • radar
The horizontal lines have a slope of 0 The diagonal has a negative slope. That would leave those two slanting sides as m=1/2. (I think)
radar
  • radar
Any ideas Zed?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@radar I think that's right, I don't know any other way to find out with the given information
anonymous
  • anonymous
ML and JK
anonymous
  • anonymous
nope I'll do it again
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anonymous
  • anonymous
its not ML and JK? OHH ! right. the slope of ML and JK is 2. and then MK has a slope of -1/2... hmm ye sorry. those are the only given lines. ):
anonymous
  • anonymous
wrong pic
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i'm pretty sure with this one it's line C.
anonymous
  • anonymous
cause slope is rise over run. if you take your pencil from point (-4,0) and draw a dot moving to the right twice (run) and up once (rise) you get to point (-2,1) and since Line C is going up to the right it would be positive. do you get how i arrived with that answer ? :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
somewhat
anonymous
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|dw:1327028009013:dw| this is an example. to get to point 0,1 -2,0 has to go to the TWO units to the right and ONE unit up. so -2,0. say -2,0 is a car. it wants to travel to point B, which is point 0,1. we'll say the coordinate points are stop lights. and the coordinate grip was a map. |dw:1327028443142:dw| SO, in order for the car to get from point A to point B it has to travel TWO stop lights to the right. and then go up (north) one stop light.

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