what is the slope of a line (0,2) (-1,-3)​
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andrewtrantu2008 7 months ago
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Answer:

The slope of the line is 5.

Step-by-step explanation:

You need to use the slope formula.

Slope Formula: y2 - y1 / x2 - x1

Your coordinates: (0,2) and (-1, -3)

Do -3 - 2 / -1 - 0

This is because the -3 is your y2 and the 2 is your y1

**Same goes with x but different numbers since it is the x coordinates.**

Now, do -3 - 2 first.

The negatives turn into a positive meaning you have to add the two.

But the bigger number 3 is negative so, your answer should contain a negative.

-3 -2 = -5

Do -1 - 0

This should be an addition problem but contain a negative answer.

-1 -0 = -1

-5/-1 as final.

The negatives cancel, and 5/1 is 5

Your slope is 5.

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Easter12 7 months ago
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Answer:

The slope of the line is 5

Step-by-step explanation:

Slope(m) formula:

y₂ = -3

y₁ = 2

x₂ = -1

x₁ = 0

Hope this helps!

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