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Lets say that is a rectangle. Find the slope of line HI please.

iforgot
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use the point slope form

Mrfootballman97
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You mean formula?

iforgot
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typo

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ok so would it be 1  (5)?

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and then 62? Then divide 4/4?

iforgot
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whats you whole problem look like?

iforgot
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is this all you need just the slope?

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ya

iforgot
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okies you dont really have to care if it is a rectangle or not then :P

iforgot
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just get the points
y  y1 = m (x x1)

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so would the answer be 4/4? and then i divide to get 1?

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can i just show you how to do the problem so you could understand it

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i think i understand. Is 1 the slope though?

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because after subtracting i got 4/4. then i have to divide right?

iforgot
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lemme see
didnt calculate really

iforgot
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y

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y what?