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  1. Coyzita Group Title
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    http://broward.flvs.net/webdav/assessment_images/educator_algebra1/pictures/v8/04/01/04_01_graph2.gif find the correct slope

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    There is an error in that link....

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    do u know how to find the slope if u have two points?

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    i forgot the formula

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    4/5 I think...

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    to find slope you don't even need a formula I'm pretty sure you can just look at it lol

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    whats the possible answers?

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  9. Coyzita Group Title
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    four fifths −five fourths five fourths four fifths

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    - four fiths is one option as well

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    four fifths

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    if (x1, y1)) and (x2, y2) be the points...then slope= (y2-y1)/(x2-x1)...now look in the graph...u have two points of whose co ordinates u can be sure of...one where it cuts x=0,y=2..thats (0,2) and the other in the other (-5,-2)..only the co ordinates of these two points r sure to u...others u cant be sure of..so go ahead now..find the slope..ans=4/5

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    it has a positive slope because its going upwards. If it was going down to the right it would be a negative slope

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    i understand that part i just didtn know how to apply the formula

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