anonymous
  • anonymous
Find the slope of the line using: (4, -4) (8, -1) (0,-7) (-4, -10)
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mathmale
  • mathmale
Are you presenting four different points? If so, separate them by commas: (4, -4), (8, -1), (0,-7), (-4, -10). If these four points are truly all on ONE line, then you need only choose any two of them and then apply the slope formula, \[m=\frac{ y _{2}-y _{1} }{ x _{2}-x _{1}}\]
563blackghost
  • 563blackghost
Does this look linear?
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563blackghost
  • 563blackghost
What I just sent is your coordinates plotted down on a graph by the way...
anonymous
  • anonymous
idk this question is confusing. it doesnt count for anything on my school i was just curious but ill try just picking to two points and see what happens. ill lyk what the answer is
mathmale
  • mathmale
Graphing these four points was a great way of determing whether or not they all lie on the same straight line (they do not). This should be done before you act on my previous suggestion.
563blackghost
  • 563blackghost
Thanx ^^ @mathmale
anonymous
  • anonymous
i guess the answer is 3/4?
563blackghost
  • 563blackghost
First look at the graph I sent you with coordinates plotted down.....we first must see if its linear or not cause then there would be no slope...
mathmale
  • mathmale
Sorry to be sarcastic, but WHY are you guessing? If not all of the points are on the same line, then what? Please go back and check to ensure that you've presented all four points accurately. Next, determine whether or not the four points are all on one line. If they are, then find the slope of the line. If they are not, then say so. If you choose to ignore a point that is not on the line, say so, and find the slope of the line through the other 3 points.
563blackghost
  • 563blackghost
hmmmm @HeyItsSnowy left....
563blackghost
  • 563blackghost
Or to be more exact went offline...

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