@peak Do you know this?
let me check one sec
is their a graph or anything
here ill see if i can find someone you can ask
Okay, thank you
ParthKohli should be able to help
the answer is 2
the formula to find the slope is y2 - y1 divided by x2 - x1
Are you sure..? @hperez777
@iGreen Can you please make sure it is 2
He's correct. The coordinates of a point on a graph are (x,y), right? So in order to find the slope, you have to make a fraction. You find the first value by subtracting the y in the second coordinate from the first. That's your numerator. To find the denominator you do the same thing, but with the x values
You would do the same thing on this one also. Find the difference of the y coordinates (Remember, the second value minus the first value), then the difference in x coordinates. Put your y answer in the numerator, x in the denominator, and let me know what you get
I get C, 4/7..
Almost, the math is right, but you seemed to switch the x and y coordinates around
so it would be D then, 7/4 That's what you mean be switched around..right?
For this one, we like solving for y and looking for x. Would you know the steps in which to get the equation into y = ? I could walk you through if not
I think it's A, 1/2
I think I understand how to solve, I just want to make sure my answer is correct @FortyTheRapper
Ahh, then yes you are correct! Good one