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3. Find the slope of the line between the given points (-6,2) (-2,4) A. 1/2 B. -1/2 C. 2 D. -2 4. What is the slope of a horizontal line? A. 0 B. undefined C. 1 D. -1 5. What is the slope of a vertical line? A. 0 B. undefined C. 1 D. -1

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    3. A 4. 0 5. undefined

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    you understand hopefully

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    1/2 0 undefined

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    1. What is the slope of the line? A. 1 B. -1 C. 2 D. -2|dw:1353429934006:dw|

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    change in y divided by change in x

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    the dots are on 2 and 3 of the x axis and y axis if that makes sense

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    |dw:1353429756768:dw|

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    \[\frac{y _{1}-y _{2}}{ x_{1}-x_{2} } = slope of a line\] \[y_{1}-y_{2}=2-4\] \[2-4=-2\] \[X_{1}-X_{2}=-6-(-2)=-4\] so \[\frac{ -2 }{ -4 }\] is 1.5 which is the same as \[\frac{ 1 }{ 2 }\]

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    0 undefined

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    it cant be 0 or undefined or 1/2

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  11. kaylynn_013 Group Title
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    its got to be either A OR B or C or D

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    2. Find the slope of the line between the two points.(5, -1) (8, -2) (Slope formula is given) A. 1/3 B. -3 C. -1/3 D. 3

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    -1/3

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    what about question 1

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    1

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    thank you and thank you everyone who helped me

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    My Pleasure

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    A A B

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