What is the slope of a line that passes through point A (-5, 1) and point B
(2, -8)?

The slope of line that passes through point A (-5, 1) and point B (2, -8) is -9/7. m = (-8 - 1)/(2 + 5); m = -9/7

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The slope of line that passes through point A (-5, 1) and point B (2, -8) is -9/7.

m = (-8 - 1)/(2 + 5);

m = -9/7

m = (-8 - 1)/(2 + 5);

m = -9/7

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Given f(x)= 2x -5. What is f(-5)? **Weegy:** f(x)= 2x - 5; f(-5)
f(-5) = 2(-5) - 5
f(-5) = -10 - 5
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