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

- anonymous

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

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- pooja195

\[\huge~Slope=\frac{ Rise }{ Run}\]

- anonymous

never seen that before ha so would it be a ?

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- pooja195

ooo wait

- sohailiftikhar

1 over 2

- anonymous

Thats wrong lol

- pooja195

-2 i think is right...

- anonymous

yea because i dont see any of the other answers being any lose to right tbh compared to -2

- anonymous

Guys it's C.

- anonymous

explain ?

- pooja195

We are moving to the left (run)

- anonymous

Like pooja said rise over run

- pooja195

run is -2 .-.

- pooja195

and we only went up 1

- pooja195

when you divde you get -2 .-.

- sohailiftikhar

oh sorry its C...
as slope is in second quad.. so it will be negative..

- pooja195

.-.

- anonymous

im confused lol

- anonymous

haha -2 was wrong

- pooja195

Did it show y?

- anonymous

no its just one of thise test that tells you that u got it wrong lol XP

- pooja195

test?

- anonymous

i am taking a practice test yeah review

- pooja195

thats interesting.

- sohailiftikhar

so what is the correct ans ..?

- anonymous

im guessing -1/2 but it doesnt say

- anonymous

because all the other answers are even more foolish >.>

- anonymous

thanks for your guy's help either way i appreciate the effort lol

- sleepyjess

The slope of a line is \(\dfrac {y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}\)

- sleepyjess

(-2, 2) is \((x_1, y_1)\)
(0,1) is \((x_2, y_2)\)

- sleepyjess

Now we just plug in the values into the formula

- sohailiftikhar

yes it is ...

- anonymous

thank you for that im gonna write that down !!!!!!!!!!

- sleepyjess

No problem! Would you still like to find the answer on this?

- sleepyjess

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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