Algebra 1

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What is the slope of the line containing the points (6,-4) & (4,-6)?

a.) 2
b.) 1
c.) -1
d.) -2

• Algebra 1 -

m= y2-21/x2-x1
m= -6-(-4)/4-6
m=-2/-2
therefore m= 1

good luck :)

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