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1. What is the slope of the line that passes through the points (–2, 5) and (1, 4)? a. -3 b. -2 c. - 1/3 d. 1/3 2. A line has slope -5/3. Through which two points could this line pass? a. (12,13), (17,10) b. (16,15), (13,10) c. (0,7), (3,10) d. (11,13), (8,18) 3. The pair of points (6, y) and (10, –1) lie on a line with slope 1/4. What is the value of y? a.–5 b.–2 c.2 d.5

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  1. Ket-kat
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    is this a test?

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  2. ashleylynn
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    no homework so i can do well on my test

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    s is the first one

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    \[\Huge y-y_1=\underbrace{\boxed{\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}}}_{m }(x-x_1)\]

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    wait what do you mean s is the first one

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    @Kreshnik

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    I never said "s is the first one" @ashleylynn

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    yes you did look up? @Kreshnik

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    Well, I looked up, but I didn't said that... Ket kat said ! @ashleylynn Look up carefully !!

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    @Kreshnik

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    ph pellet your right, but i really need to get a good grade on this and so i have the right answers to study for my test withh! @Kreshnik

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    http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/4f9af163e4b000ae9ed06a6d I'm struggling with mine here .. once I'll finish it, I'll have a look, wait.

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    Hi @ashleylynn So what do you know about this problem?

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