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Keth G.

Precalculus

1 week, 3 days ago

Find the slope of the line through the given points. $$(-1,-2)$;(2,-1)$$

Chapter 1

Basics

Section 4

Lines

Hello: everyone here we are going to solve problem number 4 here. The given points are minus 1, minus 2 and 2 comma minus 1 point here. We need to find the slope of the given 2 points, which is delta change in y by change in x y 2, minus y 1, divided by x, 2 minus x, 1 x, 1 y 1 x, 2 y 2. Now substitute we will get minus 1 minus minus 2, divided by 2 minus minus 1 point. We will get it as minus 1, plus 2, divided by 2 plus 11 by 3. Thank you.

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