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What is the slope of the line that contains the point (4,-4) and (7,-6)? A. 3/2 B. -2/3 C. 3/2 D. 2
The slope of the line that contains the point (4,-4) and (7,-6) is slope = (-6+4)/(7-4) = -2/3
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The slope of the line that contains the point (4,-4) and (7,-6) is slope = (-6+4)/(7-4) = -2/3
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User: what is the slope of the line that contains the points (-6,-7) and (-6,2)
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The slope of the line that contains the points (-6,-7) and (-6,2) is undefined.
slope = (2 + 7)/(-6 + 6) = 9/0
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User: what is the slope of the line that contains the points (-2,4) and (-3,-8)
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The slope of the line that contains the points (-2,4) and (-3,-8) is 12.
slope = (-8 - 4)/(-3 + 2) = -12/-1 = 12
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User: what is the slope of the line that contains the points (-2,4) and (-3,-8) A. -1/12 B. 1/12 C. -12 D. 12
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The slope of the line that contains the points (-2,4) and (-3,-8) is 12.
slope = (-8 - 4)/(-3 + 2) = -12/-1 = 12
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User: User: what is the slope of the line that contains the points (-2,4) and (-3,-8) A. -1/12 B. 1/12 C. -12 D. 12
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The slope of the line that contains the points (-2,4) and (-3,-8) is slope = (-8-4)/(-3+2) = -12/-1 = 12
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