Geometry

# Give the slope of a line passing through the points 2 3 and 5 -1?

567 ###### 2010-03-07 03:25:42
the formula for slope is:
y1-y2
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x1-x2

so...
3-(-1)
_____
2-5

which gives you -4/3
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