# algebra

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find the slope of (-4,-4) (3,-4)
I came out with 0/2
so how would i type the answer

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The slope of a line between (-4,-4) and (3,-4) is 0/7 = 0

I don't know how you got 0/2, but that answer is also zero.

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So that would be undefined?

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