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  1. anonymous
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    @kropot72

  2. abdullah1995
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    do you know the equation of the line ?

  3. anonymous
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    no..

  4. abdullah1995
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    ok well what do you know about this question. Anything ?

  5. anonymous
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    well since the line slope is going down that means our answer should be negative

  6. abdullah1995
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    alright

  7. abdullah1995
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    well technically the line can go up or down.

  8. kropot72
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    To calculate the slope m you can use the formula: \[\large m=\frac{y _{1}-y _{2}}{x _{1}-x _{2}}\] You can use the following points of intersection with the grid: (9, 3) (-6, -7). Substituting in the formula we get: \[\large m=\frac{3-(-7)}{9-(-6)}=you\ can\ calculate.\] Note: The line has a positive slope (it rises as we move from left to right).

  9. anonymous
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    = 2/3

  10. kropot72
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    Correct.

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