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sharon_penn

  • 2 years ago

What is the slope of the line passing through the points (2, 7) and (–1, 3)?

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  1. AriPotta
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    Lines have the form Y=mx+c Where m is the gradient c is the y intercept the gradient is as per Aripotta (Y2-Y1)/X2-X1 to get the intercept you substitute any of the two points and your gradient

  3. sharon_penn
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    so 2/7 then

  4. sharon_penn
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    no 3/4 right?

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    nop.

  6. sharon_penn
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    okay I tried again and got 1/3

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    nop.

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    what's 7 - 3?

  9. sharon_penn
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    4

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    and what's 2 - (-1)?

  11. sharon_penn
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    so 4/3 is it?

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    yep.

  13. Moyo30
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    (2, 7) ( -1, 3) x2 y2 x1 y1

  14. sharon_penn
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    I wanted to give you both best response but I'm posting another? now

  15. sharon_penn
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    Thank You

  16. Moyo30
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    anytime

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