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  1. omgineedhlp
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    The pair of points (6, y) and (10, –1) lie on a line with slope . What is the value of y? (1 point)–5 –2 2 5

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    -2

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    @SmithAshley Giving direct answers is not allowed on oS Please check the CoC-http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct

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    well look at it, if its a straight line then the x and y coordinates have to increase or decrease at the same rate. x has increased by 4 6+4=10 and now y has to increase by 4 so y+4=-1 you can figure out what y is now

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    also i believe SmithAshley is wrong, im not too sure now :S

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