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Asked Oct 23, 2019
Use the relationship between rise and run to find the slope of a line from Its graph
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Find the slope of the line shown.
-7-6-5-4 -32-1 0
2
2
-
3
-5
Provide your answer below:
slope
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Use the relationship between rise and run to find the slope of a line from Its graph Question Find the slope of the line shown. -7-6-5-4 -32-1 0 2 2 - 3 -5 Provide your answer below: slope

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Step 1

Given: The graph below:

-7-6-5-4-3/2-1
1
2
-2+
-3
4
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-7-6-5-4-3/2-1 1 2 -2+ -3 4

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Step 2

From the given graph we can conclude any two points lying on the line so, taking:

(-1,1) and (-2,0).

Therefore let,

(xJ)=(-11)
(13.J)(-2,0)
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(xJ)=(-11) (13.J)(-2,0)

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Step 3

Now to find slope of line m...

2-y1
m
So
0-1
-2-(-1)
-1
m
-21
-1
-1
m 1
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2-y1 m So 0-1 -2-(-1) -1 m -21 -1 -1 m 1

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