Find the slope of the straight line that passes through the following pair of points. (6,-4) and (-5,-4)
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Updated 3/11/2015 8:26:20 AM
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User: Find the slope of the straight line that passes through the following pair of points. (6,-4) and (-5,-4)

User: Find the slope of the straight line that passes through the following pair of points. (6,-4) and (-5,-4)

User: Find the slope of the straight line that passes through the given pair of points. (3/4,-6) and (2,-10)

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Updated 3/11/2015 8:26:20 AM
Flagged by yeswey [3/11/2015 8:21:38 AM]
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The slope of the straight line that passes through the pair of points (6,-4) and (-5,-4) is slope = [-4-(-4)]/(-5-6) = 0/-11 = 0
Confirmed by jeifunk [3/11/2015 8:35:26 AM]
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The slope of the straight line that passes through the given pair of points (3/4,-6) and (2,-10) is slope = [-10-(-6)]/(2-3/4) = -4/(5/4) = -4*(4/5) = -16/5
Confirmed by jeifunk [3/11/2015 8:35:37 AM]

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Find the slope of the straight line that passes through the given pair of points. (3/4,-6) and (4,-10)
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Updated 3/11/2015 8:09:47 AM
The slope of the straight line that passes through the given pair of points. (3/4,-6) and (4,-10) is -16/13 .
slope = (-10 + 6)/(4 - 3/4) = -4/(13/4) = -16/13
Confirmed by jeifunk [3/11/2015 8:29:13 AM]
a line has a slope of -4/5 what is the slope of the line parallel to it? What is the slope of the line perpendicular to it?
Weegy: the slope of the line that passes through (3, -4) and (-1, 2) is (2+4)/(-1-3) = -3/2 User: A line has a slope of -4/5 what is the slope of the line parallel to it? User: A line has a slope of -4/5 what is the slope of the line perpendicular to it? (More)
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Updated 3/11/2015 8:16:22 AM
A line has a slope of -4/5. The slope of the line parallel to it is -4/5.
Confirmed by jeifunk [3/11/2015 8:27:13 AM]
A line has a slope of -4/5. The slope of the line perpendicular to it is 5/4.
Confirmed by jeifunk [3/11/2015 8:27:21 AM]
write the equation of the line in slope-intercept form. m=3/7, y intercept (0,1)
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Updated 3/11/2015 6:37:20 AM
The equation of the line in slope-intercept form. m=3/7, y intercept (0,1) is y = 3/7x + 1 .
Confirmed by jeifunk [3/11/2015 7:03:11 AM]
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