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Find the slope of the line passing through the points (-3, 4) and (2, -1). (Points : 1)

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the slope is -1
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I got -1 to

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Find the slope of the line passing through the points (2, 5) and (0, 4). (Points : 1)
Ok then :D
Ok hold on let me see if i can figure it out!
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2/1 or 2.
I got -9/2
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did you not put the negatives in the ordered pairs?
Who me
you said (2,5) (0.4)
-4
ahh ok. lemme check.
Sorry i forgot to put the negative
so it is 2,5 and 0,-4
2/9?
I think its -9/2
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This is how i did it
Yeah, I guess that's fine
so when i took away the top i got -9 then 0 - 2 is jsut 2 so it became -9/2
how do you do it?

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