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What happens to the value obtained for the slope if the coordinates of the two ordered pairs aren’t subtracted in the same order?

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What happens to the value obtained for the slope if the coordinates of the two ordered pairs aren't subtracted in the same order? what is an example. All I know is that you would get the wrong slope for the ordered pairs, I do not

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