how to find a slope of a line 5 units long thats positive but less then 1

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how to find a slope of a line 5 units long thats positive but less then 1

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- dumbcow

do not understand the question??
slope = (y2-y1)/(x2-x1)
or rise over run

- anonymous

ok theres a line 5 units long that is not drawn yet. it starts at (0,0) and goes on. But we don't know the slope and thats what you have to find.

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- dumbcow

so the length of the line is 5.
from distance equation for some point (x,y):
sqrt(x^2 +y^2) = 5
i don't think there is enough info, the slope could be anything

- anonymous

ok thanks for trying

- dumbcow

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all lines of length 5 with different slopes
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- phi

Are you suppose to draw a line 5 long with a slope between 0 and 1?
Try points (0,0) and (4,3) for the start and end points.
use the distance formula to show it has length 5

- phi

find its slope to show it is positive, and less than 1

- phi

I think they want you to remember about a 3-4-5 triangle, which is the quick way to solve this problem.

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