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An architect needs to determine the slope between two points on a ski lift. The two points have been identified as (15, 45) and (150, 60), where x is the horizontal distance and y is the vertical distance from the bottom of the lift. Assuming the lift runs in a straight line, what is the slope of the line between the two points?

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    didnt i already posted on this before, but you deleted the question?

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    anyways y2-y1/x2-x1

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    WHTS THE ANSWER THN?

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    Ok, in the code of Conduct, we state this.. Give Help, Not Answers I will encourage and guide those needing help, and not just give them an answer. OpenStudy values the Learning process - not the ‘Give you an answer’ process Don’t post only answers - guide the asker to a solution. Have homework problems? We can help you - as long as you are looking to learn how to get your solution (and not just the answer). Please do not copy and paste your problems. If people are going to spend time to help you, you should at least spend the time to ask your question as clearly as possible. Don't devalue the question/answer process! Don't provide someone with just the answer - explain the process, and help guide them through understanding the problem. Don't just provide the answer to a problem when someone else is in the middle of helping! But if you want to help, by all means, join in! Please follow it:)

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    DAMN THATS A BIG PARAGRAPH U WROTE

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    Yep!

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    LOL

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    TOOK ME LIKE 30 MIN TO READ THT PARAGRAPH

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    Its from the Code Of Conduct. You clicked that you would follow it, so the mods expect it to be done:)

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