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What is the slope of the line through the points (-2, -5) and (1, -7)?

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    slope formula is y2 -y1 over x2-x1 so just solve that aquation

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    will it be 1/12?

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    Ok well in our coordinate pair For example lets take (-2, -5) our -2 is our x value and -5 is our y value

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    will it be -3/12

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    \(\large {-7-(-5) \over 1-(-2)} \) Can you solve from here?

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    -3/2

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    -2/3

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