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Panda223RulerZ

  • 2 years ago

Hey y'all ! Can you help me with the question below, please?(:

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    I dont understand how to do this\:

  3. hartnn
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    can you find slope when 2 points on line are given ??

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    I think so, hah.

  5. hartnn
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    so, you just need, 2 points of graph... one point is (0,-5) and other is (3,-3) now can you find slope ?

  6. hartnn
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    The slope of the line through points (x1,y1) and (x2,y2) is given by : \(\huge m=\frac{y_1-y_2}{x_1-x_2}\) now,just put the values and find m.

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    3/2?

  8. hartnn
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    you might have taken 'x' values in numerator.....its in denominator...

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    oh.. 2/3? xD

  10. hartnn
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    yes! thats correct :)

  11. Panda223RulerZ
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    Awesome ! Thank you soo much (:

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    welcome ^_^

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