Find the slope.
Find the slope.
The points are P(11, -4) and Q(13, -6).
through P(1,6) with slope m = -2/3. Write the equation in point-slope form.
points P(-3, 2) and Q(5, -2). Write the equation in slope-intercept form.
this is for algebra 1 and I don't understand how to work it
Please explain in detail.
i made the table it told me to and it is asking me to explain what the slope of the line is showing
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slope= rise/run =5/10-3/7
the answer choices I have are A. 3x-4y=12 B. 3x+4y=12 12x-4y=-3 12x+4y=-3