# Pre-Algebra

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what is the slope between the two points (3,-7) and (-1,-7)

i don't know it

• Pre-Algebra -

the slope is the change in y divided by the change in x.

y changes from -7 to -7, for 0 change.

So, no matter what the change in x is, the slope is 0. It's a horizontal line.

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