please help (4,-6); m= 3/5

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please help (4,-6); m= 3/5

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Do you want the equation of the straight line?
thats the possable out comes.

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\(m\) is the gradient of the line, right? How do you find the gradient of a straight line?
idk
use the same formula for the other question the gradient is the same as the slope
its D?
\(\Huge m={\frac{\text{y difference}}{\text{x difference}}}\)
ya
nope...
so, \(\Huge m=\frac{y-(-6)}{x-4}\) ok?
ok
So what's the answer?
-4?
I mean what's the option?
Oh A
\[\Huge \cal Bingo!\]
lol can you help on one more?
Yes sure.
What is the slope of the graph?
how do i find that?
take two points of the graph and plugin the values to \[\Huge m={\frac{\text{y difference}}{\text{x difference}}}\]
the 2 points are 10 and - 10 right??
Not quite. If you choose a point then that point has two coordinates: (x,y) right?
ya
So?
thats 10 and -10 thats the x,y
10 and -2?
It's one point. To calculate slope you've to choose two points:|dw:1439913690096:dw| Let's take point A and B. Can you tell me what's the coordinates of point A?
4,-8?
nope. The coordinates of point A is (-8,6).. make sure to use brackets when writing coordinates. :) Can you try the coordinates of point B?
-6,4
when you telling coordinates first you have to tell x coordinate. then you've to tell y coordinates.
so 4,-6?
you got that. So what would be the slope of the graph?
i dont know
i think i got it is it C?
Let's put the equation of the slope this way: \[\huge m=\frac {y_A-y_B}{x_A-x_B}\] Can you plugin the values?
is it C?
HELLO?!
yep.... Do you need more explanation?
no

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