anonymous
  • anonymous
Find the slope of the line that contains the points named. (Use fraction format.) R(0, 4), S(5, 0) m =
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anonymous
  • anonymous
= (0 - 4) / ( 5 - 0) = -4/5 (difference in y coordinates / difference in corresponding x coordinates)
anonymous
  • anonymous
what about this 1
anonymous
  • anonymous
X(2, -1), Y(0, 4) m =

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anonymous
  • anonymous
slope of line XY = (4-(-1)) / (0-2) = 5 /-2 = -5/2
anonymous
  • anonymous
it doesnt matter which point you take first - it gives same result slope = ((-1)-4) / (2-0) = -5 / 2
anonymous
  • anonymous
wow your smart my teachers says im in sChjool and we are checkinq over my friends answers
anonymous
  • anonymous
what about C(3, 8), D(-2, 5) m =
anonymous
  • anonymous
you should be able to do these now -ill start this one, for you to complete slope Of CD = (5 - 8) / (-2-3) = -3 /
anonymous
  • anonymous
5
anonymous
  • anonymous
no its -5: -2-3 = -5 so slope is -3/-5 = 3/5
anonymous
  • anonymous
o ok thanks

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