Posted by **bailey** on Monday, February 5, 2007 at 2:34pm.

What is the slope of a line through

(-5,2) and (6,7) in the standard(x,y) coordinate plane?

Sorry, I forgot the choices

F.9

G.5

H.-5

J. 5/11

K. -5/11

The main reason i can't figure this out is because I can't remember the slope formula. I need the slope formula but i also need to figure out the answer to this problem.

the formula for the slope is x2-x1 divided by y2-y1

algebra 2 is hardddd..

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