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Find the slope of line passing through the points (5, 9) and (5, -2) Answer -11 0 11 undefined

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  1. Yahoo!
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    \[m = \frac{ y2-y1 }{ x2-x1 }\]

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  2. mikaela19900630
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    so i would have m= 9-2/5-5?

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  3. artofspeed
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    no omg

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  4. artofspeed
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    which subject are you good at

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  5. mikaela19900630
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    history so what would it be then??

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    it is not a function!

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    undefined!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    why don't you understand yourself first, this is not a free homework solution website

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    The slope equation is: \[m= \frac{ y _{2}- y _{1} }{ x _{2}- x _{1} }\] And your points are: (5, 9) and (5, -2) Where: Y2 = -2, Y1= 9 And X2 = 5, and X1= 5 Plug it in and solve

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    @artofspeed are u with me!

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    YES

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    @artofspeed what did i say so!? i just said that it is not a function.

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    YES I AGREE

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    @artofspeed plz be polite dear friend;)

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    ^^ yes l'm polite <3 :P XD :D +_+

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    @artofspeed just kidding...;) take it easy

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    LOL i'm messing with u dude..

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    infinite ie the answer because it has formula |dw:1357425568346:dw| here the denominator is becomes zero which causes to become answer is infinite

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    |dw:1357425689571:dw|

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