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Please help me do a equation out of this to find the slope with the formula of y2-y1/x2-x1

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- zzr0ck3r

do a equation?

- anonymous

The graph is what i am supposed to use (click the link in my question)

- zzr0ck3r

I don't understand "do a equation" what do you need to do?

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- anonymous

You have to pick two points on the line

- anonymous

that doesn't look like the right graph

- anonymous

\[y2-y1\]
-------
\[x2-x1\]

- anonymous

It is.

- anonymous

that is slope formula yes.

- anonymous

do we just have to make something up or are we trying to find the slope of a certain line?

- anonymous

\[\frac{ }{ 20-70 }\]

- anonymous

you need 2 points

- anonymous

(20,70)

- anonymous

For worm B.

- anonymous

thats one point, you need two

- anonymous

so 20x and 70y is the first point. (20, 70)

- anonymous

So, (20,70) and (25,80)

- anonymous

Right????

- anonymous

yup, good job

- anonymous

now, take the y variables and subtract them like this, 80y - 70y and subtract the x varibels 20x - 25x

- anonymous

\[\frac{ 70-80 }{ 25-20 }\]

- anonymous

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- anonymous

simplify 10/5 =

- anonymous

So the answer would be \[70-80=10\]
\[25-20=5\]
\[\frac{ 10}{ 5 }\]
\[2?\]

- anonymous

yup

- anonymous

the slope of the line is 2.

- anonymous

\[10\div5=2\]
\[5\div5=1\]
So then the answer is 2!

- anonymous

Ok Thank you!

- anonymous

Good going.
you got it!

- anonymous

Happy to help.

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