anonymous
  • anonymous
find the slope of the line that passes through the pair of points (6.5, 10.5) and (–9.5, 7)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i dont get what im doing wrong i followed the last steps you did
blurbendy
  • blurbendy
(7 - 10.5) = -2.5 -9.5 - 6.5 = 16 -2.5 / 16 = -5 / 32 slope = -5/32 Use the formula (Y2 - Y1) / (X2 - X1) Remember, two negatives make a posi.tive
anonymous
  • anonymous
my answer is is supposed to be one of the following a. 4.57 c. 40 b. 0.22 d. –1.14

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anonymous
  • anonymous
how do i change that to a decimal
anonymous
  • anonymous
5/32 ?
blurbendy
  • blurbendy
10.5 - 7 should be 3.5 not 2.5 sorry
blurbendy
  • blurbendy
so it's 3.5 / 16 = ~ 0.22
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you for showing me all of your work i am just coming back to school and it has been really hard for me to remember formulas and how do do things, do you recommend and good refresher books?
anonymous
  • anonymous
awesome ill have to check them out. thank you.
blurbendy
  • blurbendy
also check out www.khanacademy.com
blurbendy
  • blurbendy
go to the math section. soooooo helpful.

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