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Find the slope

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Find the slope of a line passing through the given points.
what points? you just posted the slope formula
(-4,2) and (1,-3) my bad

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m = (y2-y1)/(x2-x1) m = (-3-2)/(1-(-4)) m = (-3-2)/(1+4) I'll let you finish
im confused between your answer(@cinar) and the other answer
cinar is just pointing how how x1 is -4, y1 is 2, etc etc
and my last step is not the answer
you have to keep going
ohhhh. ok
what's -3-2 = ??? 1+4 = ???
-3-2=-5? 1+4=5? so m=5,5?
you divide the two though and one of those is negative
which means your final slope is negative
why would I divide the 2?
because it's rise/run
rise is the change in y run is the change in x
jim did not say to divide by 2.... he said divide the two....
i think he meant "divide the two numbers" not by "divide by 2"
oh.. yur right... :)
so its m=-1?

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