anonymous
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What is the slope of the line that contains the points (-3, 5) and (2, 7)?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
slope is rise over run, so given (x,y) and (x2,y2), take the difference in the Ys and divide by the difference in the Xs
anonymous
  • anonymous
dk how to do that
anonymous
  • anonymous
difference is subtraction

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anonymous
  • anonymous
7-5/2-(-3)
anonymous
  • anonymous
When did brackets no longer become important?
anonymous
  • anonymous
(7-5)/(2-(-3))
anonymous
  • anonymous
(7-5)/(2--3) OR (-5-7)/(-3-2)
anonymous
  • anonymous
2/5
anonymous
  • anonymous
you have two points (-3, 5) and (2, 7), these two points have two componets the x value and the y value which are separated by a comma: (x,y). You only have to know the distance between the first y component and the second y component this is by substraction or difference: 7-5 = 2, then the same with the x components: 2--3 = 5, finally you divide these values you got: 2/5

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