# Pre-alegbra

Which pairs of points would result in a line with a rate of change of 2:1? Select all that apply.

A.(−4,−11) and (−2−7)
B.(5,6) and (−5, 12)
C.(0,−3)and (−4,−11)
D. (0,−3) and (5, 7)*****

am I right or wrong ??? if im wrong please explain it to me???

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1. D goes up 10 from -3 to + 7
D goes right 5 from 0 to 5
so
YES slope = 10/5 = 2:1

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Damon
2. Damon, i already figured it out but thanks

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3. wait im still confused?

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4. so it is d? i-

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5. Vsco girl I’m confused too

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6. Its
A
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D

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7. gaca what is all the answers

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8. but there are three correct answers..

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