peterg2001
  • peterg2001
What is the slope of the line? slope = slope = -3 slope = 3
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peterg2001
  • peterg2001
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rebeccaxhawaii
  • rebeccaxhawaii
okay pick two points for me
anonymous
  • anonymous
5 since you have slope=6-1/2-1

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peterg2001
  • peterg2001
so which one is it
peterg2001
  • peterg2001
please i have a timer for it
mathmale
  • mathmale
that's a poor reason for asking a helper to hurry. Weren't there practice problems to do to learn this material? You must use the slope formula: \[m=\frac{ y-y _{1} }{ x-x _{1} }\]
mathmale
  • mathmale
including the label (m). as joyraheb has suggested, you can pick any 2 points on the graph and substitute their coordinates into the slope formula.
peterg2001
  • peterg2001
dude i dont have time to learn im in hury and behind
mathmale
  • mathmale
I'd choose (2,4) and (0,-2).
mathmale
  • mathmale
Dude, if you want to learn this material, you'll have to plan and carry out your work in a way that you DO have time.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Its 3
mathmale
  • mathmale
Please show how you obtained that. the process is more important than the answer here.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Math male how about (1,1) and (4,1)
mathmale
  • mathmale
the (1,1) is fine; that's the corner of a square. I don't see any good reason for choosing (4,1); it's off the graph!
anonymous
  • anonymous
I mean (2,4) 😂 its just that Im forgetting the coordinates when Im over her writing 😂

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