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Compare and Contrast. Below are two sets of points. Find the slopes between the two points and compare them. Choose the statement that is true about the values of the slopes. Set #1 Set #2 (0, 4) and (-2, 8) (3, 7) and (-1, -5) Answer The slope of Set #1 is smaller than the slope of Set #2. None of the statements above describes slopes of sets shown. The slope of Set #1 is larger than the slope of Set #2. The slope of Set #1 is the same as the slope of Set #2. . 8 points

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    Set #1 (0, 4) and (-2, 8) Set #2 (3, 7) and (-1, -5)

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    That

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    Is

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    HUGE

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    i KNow

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    the slope formula is (y2-y1)/(x2-x1). so you can plug in the numbers and find the slope.

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    C

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    the slope of set 1 is -2. the slope of set 2 is 3.

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    lmao Ima be honestly i dont understand this AT alll

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    lmao word. i gave you the formula and all you had to do was plug in the numbers broski.

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    the two points are (X , Y) and (X , Y) find the difference between the Ys (subtract one from the other) find the difference between the Xs (subtraction again) and then divide the Y diff by the X diff

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    slope is rise over run diff in Ys over diff in Xs

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