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What is the slope of the line shown? (1,6) and (-6,-3)
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The slope of the line that contains the points (1,6) and (-6,-3) is 9/7.
m = (y2-y1)/(x2-x1)
m = (-3 - 6)/(-6 - 1)
m = -9/-7
m = 9/7
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