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Find the slope of the line that contains the points named. E(0, 0), F(a, b) m = help idunno what to doo!

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    is it 0?

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    y2-y1/x2-x1

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    Line passing through two points (x,y) and (x',y') has the slope 'm' = (x-x')/(y-y')

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    -a/-b??

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    m=(a/b)

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    @shahzadjalbani thats not it i tried

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    but it says its incorrect

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    "b/a" - sorry that's what it would be.

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    oh sorry yes it would be( y2-y1/x2x-x1) b/a

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    I AM SO SO SO SORRYYYY!!!!!!! :( It's (y-y')/(x-x') ---> I am sorry I accidentally posted the wrong formula Please check this one out.

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    how bout this one thenn.. A (0, d), B(d, 0) m = is it just B

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    it will be -d/d

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    ohh okay:D

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    thanks!!

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    No problem feel free two ask

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