MATH SOLVE

2 months ago

Q:
# finding the slope of the line passing through the points

Accepted Solution

A:

Slope formula: [tex] \frac{y_2 - y_1}{x_2 - x_1} [/tex]

First, you would need to plug the coordinates into the slope formula.

[tex] \frac{6 - 2}{9 + 7} [/tex]

Now, all you would have to do is solve and simplify it.

[tex] \frac{6 - 2}{9 + 7} [/tex] = [tex] \frac{4}{16} [/tex] = [tex] \frac{1}{4} [/tex]

The slope of the line is [tex] \frac{1}{4} [/tex].

I hope this helps!

First, you would need to plug the coordinates into the slope formula.

[tex] \frac{6 - 2}{9 + 7} [/tex]

Now, all you would have to do is solve and simplify it.

[tex] \frac{6 - 2}{9 + 7} [/tex] = [tex] \frac{4}{16} [/tex] = [tex] \frac{1}{4} [/tex]

The slope of the line is [tex] \frac{1}{4} [/tex].

I hope this helps!