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Q: What is the slope of the line that contains the points (4 6) and (12 3)?

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If you mean a slope of 2/5 and the point (-15, 12) then equation is 5y = 2x+90

Points: (12, 8) and (17, 16) Slope: 8/5 Equation: 5y = 8x-32

what is the slope of the line that has the equation 4x+2y=12?

Lines parallel to the line would have the same slope, which is 3/4. (0.75) 3x-4y = 12 3x-12 = 4y y = 3/4 x - 3 The y-intercept is -3 and the slope is 3/4.

It would be a undefined slope.There are four types of slope:Postive slope (when lines go uphill from left to right)Negative slope (when lines go downhill from left to right)Zero slope (when lines are horizontal)Undefined slope (when lines are vertical)

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What is m, the slope of the line that contains the points (6,0), (0,1), and (12,-1)

1 over -10.

Points: (-2, 4) and (-6, 12) Slope: -2

Points: (-12, -17) and (21, 5) Slope: 2/3

-12

If the line passing through these points is a straight line then it has a positive gradient.

As a straight line equation: y = -3x+18 in slope intercept form

Points: (2, 12) Slope: -3 y-12 = -3(x-2) y-12 = -3x+6 y = -3x+6+12 y = -3x+18 which is now in slope intercept form

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Infinite. The line is perpendicular to the ordinate.

If you mean a slope of 2/5 and the point (-15, 12) then equation is 5y = 2x+90

Points: (4, 8) and (2, -2)Slope: 5Equation: y = 5x-12

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