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helpppppppp!!!!!!!!!!!

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    first find the slope of the curve that is the rise of y divided by the corresponding horizontal distance of x: |dw:1372365722794:dw|

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    slope = y1 / x1

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    ok so just do rise over run?

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    yes - thats a shorter way of saying it

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    ok thanks i can figure it out myself i just didnt know how to start of thanks you soo much i was lost :P :)

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    good

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    thank you!!!

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