Find the slope of the line joining the points (0,4)and(4,1).

Hi again Kevin;

slope=(y-y

_{1})/(x-x_{1})slope=(4--1)/(0-4)

slope=(4+1)/(-4)

slope=-5/4

Find the slope of the line joining the points (0,4)and(4,1).

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Hi again Kevin;

slope=(y-y_{1})/(x-x_{1})

slope=(4--1)/(0-4)

slope=(4+1)/(-4)

slope=-5/4

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