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Find the slope of the line that passes through each pair of points. (4,2), (0,2)

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    \[slope~m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}\] Here \(x_1=4,~x_2=0,~y_1=2,~y_2=2\)

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    so i just put the y 1 and y 2 in up at the top subtract and divide by x1 and x2 right?

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    yup:)

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    Thank you :D

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    Welcome:)

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    I have 1 more (-3, -2) (-3, 2) same thing?

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    u wanted to find the slope for that too.

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    Yes :)

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  10. ajprincess Group Title
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    ya use the same formula

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    Ok :D

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