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-3,-8 and 3,-2?????
did you try to apply the formula we just showed you yet?
i forgot witch was witch
witch is y2 and y1 and x2-x1
ordered pairs are almost always written\[(x,y)\]which one is \[(x_1,y_1)\]and which is \[(x_2,y_2)\] does not matter, you will get the same answer both ways
so let\[(x_1,y_1)=(-3,3)\]then what is\[(x_2,y_2)\]? once you identify that, just plug the corresponding variables into the formula
-3,-8?? and 3,-2??
where did you get those numbers and what do they mean?
ugh nvm ill just skip this question
why? this is essential; if you are to be able to solve the problem the rest will be much easier,. just be patient and learn this please
start super basic you been given have two points: what are they?
-3,3 and -8,-2
yes, but please write them with parentheses so we know what they are (-3,3) and (-8,-2) now you pick: which do you want to be point 1 ? i.e \((x_1,y_1)\) ? (it makes no difference just choose one)
which point do you choose to be point \((x_1,y_1)\) ?
what wud be x1 and y 1 witch numbers
im not sure...
pick one, your choice makes no difference
cud (-3,-8) be x1 and y1
no because that's not a point given your choices are: (-2,-8) and (-3,3) just pick one
okay, so what is \(x_1\) ? what is \(y_1\) ?
-2x1 and -8 y1????
yes to write it correctly we should write x1=-2 and y1=-8 so what then must be point (x2,y2) ?
(-3x2 and 3y2
x2=-3 y2=3 yes, but again please use the right notation, otherwise we get confused easily
so now you know that\[x_1=-2\]\[y_1=-8\]\[x_2=-3\]\[y_2=3\]so now just plug those numbers into the formula for the slope
wud it be m=3-(-8) ------- -3-(-2)
now simplify :)
also known as -11 yes, great job :)
so now you don't have to ask about how to find slope between two points anymore, because you know how to do it saves time for both us and you ;) again, thank you for sticking with me, I hope you understood the process
will you help me with find the x intercept?
Sorry, I gotta take a break, but post separately and someone will help you or maybe me when I can.