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LeeMelissa
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Find the slope of the line containing the points (5, 2) and (0, 7).
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LeeMelissa Group Title
Find the slope of the line containing the points (5, 2) and (0, 7).
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\(\Huge{\color{purple}{\textbf{W}} \color{orange}{\cal{E}} \color{green}{\mathbb{L}} \color{blue}{\mathsf{C}} \color{maroon}{\rm{O}} \color{red}{\tt{M}} \color{gold}{\tt{E}} \space \color{orchid}{\mathbf{T}} \color{Navy}{\mathsf{O}} \space \color{OrangeRed}{\boldsymbol{O}} \color{Olive}{\mathbf{P}} \color{Lime}{\textbf{E}} \color{DarkOrchid}{\mathsf{N}} \color{Tan}{\mathtt{S}} \color{magenta}{\mathbb{T}} \color{goldenrod}{\mathsf{U}} \color{ForestGreen}{\textbf{D}} \color{Salmon}{\mathsf{Y}} \ddot \smile }\) Hello! You want to use the slopeformula! Do you know what it is, hun?
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dw:1371940878963:dw
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slope (\(m\)) of a line passing through points \((x_1,y_1)\) and \((x_2,y_2)\) is \[m=\frac{y_2y_1}{x_2x_1}\]which can also be thought of as the rise / run
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