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    Join the points

    Please assist in finding the slope of the line joining the points A (-3,2) and B (0,4)
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    Use the formula

    m = \frac{\textrm{Rise}}{\textrm{Run}} = \frac{y_2 - y_1}{x_2 - x_1}.
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    Is this right

    Thanks. So, I come up with 3/2. Is this correct?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jay1 View Post
    Thanks. So, I come up with 3/2. Is this correct?
    no, 2/3 is the answer,..look at the formula

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    Use the formula

    m = \frac{\textrm{Rise}}{\textrm{Run}} = \frac{y_2 - y_1}{x_2 - x_1}.
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    It's \frac{4 - 2}{0 - (-3)}.
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