Find the slope of the line containing the given pair of points : (-13,22) and (8,-17)

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The slope of the line containing the given pair of points : (-13,22) and (8,-17) is

slope = (- 17 - 22)/ (8 + 13) = -39/21 = - 13/7

slope = (- 17 - 22)/ (8 + 13) = -39/21 = - 13/7

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Solve for y using the addition principle: = -1/8 + y= -3/4 **Weegy:** -1+(-3)=4 (More)

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Updated 5/19/2015 6:02:07 AM

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-1/8 + y = -3/4

y = -3/4 + 1/8

y = -6/8 + 1/8

y = -5/8

y = -3/4 + 1/8

y = -6/8 + 1/8

y = -5/8

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Solve for y using the multiplication principle: y/5= -6

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Updated 5/19/2015 6:00:03 AM

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y/5 = -6

y = -6*5

y = -30

y = -6*5

y = -30

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Add: (x^3+x^2 ) + (2x^3-5x^2)

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Updated 8/5/2015 2:45:41 PM

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(x^3+x^2 ) + (2x^3-5x^2) = 3x^3 - 4x^2

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Confirmed by Andrew. [8/5/2015 2:45:32 PM]

multiply and simplify: 5^(-8)·5^9

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Updated 7/13/2014 1:48:02 PM

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5^(-8) · 5^9

= 1/5^8 · 1,953,125

= 1/390,625 · 1,953,125

= 5

= 1/5^8 · 1,953,125

= 1/390,625 · 1,953,125

= 5

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