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These three points are collinear. (3, 6), (-2, -9), (0, -4) True False

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    if the slope between the first and second is same as between third and second then they are collinear do u know know how to find the slope of a line joining 2 points?

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    @amistre64

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    cwrw gave the same advice I would have

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  4. JAVIER34 Group Title
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    i think is true

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  5. amistre64 Group Title
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    how can we prove its true?

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    why do you think it is true tho

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  7. amistre64 Group Title
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    when i guess, i tend to guess wrong ... so when i try to second guess myself, i still end up getting it wrong lol

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    okey is false

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  9. barrelracer23 Group Title
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    Your just guessing.... you may have been right the first time, but tell us how you can prove if it is true or false.

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