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The notation used is very unusual and apologies for any misunderstanding.

A line that goes through (2, 5) and (6, 10) is (y2 - y1)/(x2 - x1) = (10 - 5)/(6 - 2) = 5/4.

Q: What is the slope of a line that goes through x-2 y-5 and x-6 y-10?

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1/y10

As it is, it is just letters and numbers. * * * * * * * * * * Some kind of algebraic expression

To get that type of expression into one with positive exponent, use this form: a-n = 1/(aⁿ) where a is nonzero. Then, y-10 = 1/(y10) by the form we use!

If you mean: x+y = 10 and x-y = 6 then y = -x+10 and y = x+6 which means the lines are perpendicular to each other

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As it is, it is just letters and numbers. * * * * * * * * * * Some kind of algebraic expression

If y = 10 then (5*10)-25 = 25

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The GCF is y4

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