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

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  1. jiji501 Group Title
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    Slope = Y2-Y1/X2-X1

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  2. MiaKitty Group Title
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    To find the slope, use the equation : |dw:1353710347106:dw|

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    No that is wrong

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    The formula for slope is (y2 - y1)/ (x2 - x1)

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    |dw:1353710401815:dw|

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    Theres the answer choices

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    Correct :)

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    1 and 1/3

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    you have to plug in your coordinates into the equation.

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    Which number is x and which one is y?

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  11. jiji501 Group Title
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    (x,y)

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  12. ky.king Group Title
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    would the answer be D?

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  13. jiji501 Group Title
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    Yes

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    Nooo

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    Sorry, Noooo

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    I got 1.3 when I did the equation

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  17. jiji501 Group Title
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    That's correct but d) is only 1/3

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  18. jiji501 Group Title
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    and 1/3 is 0.33333

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  19. jiji501 Group Title
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    4/3 however is 1.33333

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  20. ky.king Group Title
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    ohh now I get it

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  21. jiji501 Group Title
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    Great! :)

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    Thank you!

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