Find the slope m of the line that passes through the points (3, –8) and (–7, –4).
slope m = –5 /2
slope m = –2 /5
slope m = 2 /5
slope m = 5 /2

The slope m of the line that passes through the points (3, –8) and (–7, –4) is -2/5. m = (-4 + 8)/(-7 - 3) ; m = 4/-10 ; m = -4/10 ; m = -2/5

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The slope m of the line that passes through the points (3, –8) and (–7, –4) is -2/5.

m = (-4 + 8)/(-7 - 3) ;

m = 4/-10 ;

m = -4/10 ;

m = -2/5

m = (-4 + 8)/(-7 - 3) ;

m = 4/-10 ;

m = -4/10 ;

m = -2/5

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A function is a relation in which two different ordered pairs have the same first coordinate. True or False

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A function is a relation in which two different ordered pairs have the same first coordinate. TRUE.

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