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Find the slope

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  1. urslovingmunna
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    Type your question

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  2. SephI
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    |dw:1350513630124:dw| -5/4 -4/5 5/4 4/5

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  3. SephI
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    @Hero

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  4. cosee
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    Slope is y2-y1/x2-x1

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  5. cosee
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    just put values in the equation

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  6. SephI
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    Dunno how

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  7. cosee
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    what are the cordinates of the graph?

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  8. Jonask
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    we can take two pairs of points ,according to the original graph do you see any such pairs @SephI

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  9. SephI
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    NO

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  10. cosee
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    @ Sephi.... Ok lets take co oridinate point as(-2,0) and( 0,1)..did you get how I select this point?

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  11. cosee
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    I mean Two points from the graph

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  12. SephI
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    Ok. I ge tthat.

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  13. cosee
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    And tell me which is y2 andy1

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  14. cosee
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    @ Sephi r u there?

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  15. SephI
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    y2 and y1 are coordinates. 0 and 1

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  16. cosee
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    tell me which is y2?

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  17. SephI
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    1

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  18. cosee
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    then just put in the equation .and like that x2 and x1 .just solve that.s all

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  19. SephI
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    Ok. so the answer is 0?

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  20. Jonask
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    no

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  21. SephI
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    2-(-3) = 5?

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  22. SephI
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    Could you do the first part

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  23. Jonask
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    (3,4) (0,1) \[\frac{ 4-1 }{ 3-0 }\]

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  24. SephI
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    3/3 = 1?

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  25. cosee
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    From th point what we took ,1-0/0-( -2)

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  26. SephI
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    So 1/-2?

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  27. cosee
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    I am sorry -(-2)?

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  28. SephI
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    +2

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  29. cosee
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    So the ans is 1/2( hopefully)

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