Which statement about the slope of the line is true?
It is –2 throughout the line.
It is fraction negative 1 over 2 throughout the line.
The slope from point O to point A is one-half times the slope of the line from point A to point B.
The slope from point O to point A is two times the slope of the line from point A to point B.

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do you know how to do this?

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- sleepyjess

Would you agree that this line has the same slope for the entire line?

- anonymous

yea

- sleepyjess

Okay, do you know how to find slope?

- anonymous

mx+b

- sleepyjess

That is slope-intercept equation of a line

- anonymous

oh i guess i forgot

- sleepyjess

\(m=\dfrac{x_2-x_1}{y_2-y_1}\)

- sleepyjess

Flip flop that, it should be y2-y1/x2-x1

- anonymous

i dont really understand but i think its C or D

- sleepyjess

C and D both have 2 slopes

- anonymous

oh wait B right

- sleepyjess

Do you understand the formula?

- anonymous

haha yes

- anonymous

do you want to plug it in then im just so tired its 5 am and im trying to get this done im not really thinking right im sorry

- anonymous

im giving a medal just saying

- sleepyjess

Let's use point A(-4, 2) as (x1, y1) and point O(0, 0) as (x2, y2)

- anonymous

ok

- sleepyjess

So what is y2-y1?

- anonymous

0,2

- sleepyjess

Subtract them

- anonymous

ohh 2

- anonymous

i swear im like half asleep lol so sorry

- sleepyjess

0-2

- anonymous

-2

- anonymous

sorry ik im probably being a pain in the butt cut me some slack tho ive been up since 9:45 amand now its almost 6am im a hard woker

- sleepyjess

Yes! Now x2-x1?

- anonymous

4

- sleepyjess

Yes! So what is -2/4 simplified?

- anonymous

-1/2

- anonymous

B!!!!

- sleepyjess

Yes! So that would be option...

- anonymous

yayy

- sleepyjess

Yeah!! :)

- anonymous

i have two more should i post them or just put them here?
would you help me with them too please?

- sleepyjess

Make a new question :)

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