What is the slope of the line shown in the graph? −2 −1 −1 over 2 1 over 2

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What is the slope of the line shown in the graph? −2 −1 −1 over 2 1 over 2

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\[\huge~Slope=\frac{ Rise }{ Run}\]
never seen that before ha so would it be a ?

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ooo wait
1 over 2
Thats wrong lol
-2 i think is right...
yea because i dont see any of the other answers being any lose to right tbh compared to -2
Guys it's C.
explain ?
We are moving to the left (run)
Like pooja said rise over run
run is -2 .-.
and we only went up 1
when you divde you get -2 .-.
oh sorry its C... as slope is in second quad.. so it will be negative..
.-.
im confused lol
haha -2 was wrong
Did it show y?
no its just one of thise test that tells you that u got it wrong lol XP
test?
i am taking a practice test yeah review
thats interesting.
so what is the correct ans ..?
im guessing -1/2 but it doesnt say
because all the other answers are even more foolish >.>
thanks for your guy's help either way i appreciate the effort lol
The slope of a line is \(\dfrac {y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}\)
(-2, 2) is \((x_1, y_1)\) (0,1) is \((x_2, y_2)\)
Now we just plug in the values into the formula
yes it is ...
thank you for that im gonna write that down !!!!!!!!!!
No problem! Would you still like to find the answer on this?
x1, y1 is always going to be the point on the left, and x2, y2 is always going to be the point on the right

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