Find the slope of a line given the following points: (-1, 4) and (-5, 4).

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sqrt [(-5-4)^2 +(2- 1)^2]

= sqrt [81+9] = sqrt[90] = 9.4868

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The slope of a line given the following points: (-1, 4) and (-5, 4) is 0.

slope = (4 - 4)/(-5 + 1) = 0/-4 = 0

slope = (4 - 4)/(-5 + 1) = 0/-4 = 0

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Find the slope of a line given the following points: (-1, 4) and (-5, 4).
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