Timinthor
  • Timinthor
PLEASE HELP! WILL GIVE MEDAL! What is the slope of the hypotenuses of the triangles in simplest form? https://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/1503500_1504000/1503533/1/a240b0c23767b51db95e417cc38a4a5bfff986a5/MS_IMC-140523-130902.jpg
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Directrix
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They will have the same slope because they both lie on the same line. Do you know how to find the slope of a line?
Timinthor
  • Timinthor
No, i do not
Timinthor
  • Timinthor
wouldnt you do the y1 -the y2 and then that over x1-x2?

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Directrix
  • Directrix
Formula attached
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Timinthor
  • Timinthor
okay, so pretty much what i drew but flipped
Directrix
  • Directrix
smaller hypotenuse: (10,4) and (5,2) 4 - 2 ----- = 2/5 for slope 10 - 5
Timinthor
  • Timinthor
oohh, i see now, thank you!
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  • Directrix
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Directrix
  • Directrix
Do the difference of the y coordinates over the difference of the x coordinates of the two point. Think of it as Rise over Run.

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