Math 116A

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If I graph a line containing the given pair of points how do I find the slope? (4,6) (-2,-3)
M=
or is the slope undefined
I got -3-(-2)/-2-4 and it becomes 1/6
I don't think this is correct help!!!!!!!!!!

  • Math 116A -

    slope = (-3-6)/(-2-4) = -9/-6 = 3/2

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