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Math Help - Rate of Change problem

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    saratindy
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    Angry Rate of Change problem

    I need help... I'm just not getting this one:

    4=(2k-6)/(-3-k)

    we're working on slope and rate of change.

    There's got to be someone out there that can explain this one and I know it's probably easy for someone. Please let that someone be you! I don't know how to solve this one. please show me how!
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    is up to his old tricks again! Jhevon's Avatar
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    you already asked this. please do not double post. it is against the rules and it wastes peoples time
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