Q: What is -5 -1 and the slope is 4?

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slope = change in y / change in x = (-5 - -1)/(4 - 5) = -4/-1 = 4

The slope is 5.

Points: (1, 5) and (4, 7) Slope: 5-7 over 1-4 = 2/3

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If you mean: (-4, 1) and (1, 4) Then the slope works out as: 3/5

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slope = change in y / change in x = (-5 - -1)/(4 - 5) = -4/-1 = 4

Slope = (change_in_y) / (change_in_x) = (4 - 3) / (5 - 0) = 1/5 = 0.2

Points: (2, 1) and (-4, -5) Slope: (1--5)/(2--4) = 1

Points: (1, 7) and (-3, 2) Slope: 5/4 or 1.25

The slope is 5.

The slope is -1 - 4 / -2 - 2 = -5/ -4 = 5/4

4

Points: (5, -1) and (2, -5) Slope: 4/3 Perpendicular slope: -3/4

Points: (1, 5) and (4, 7) Slope: 5-7 over 1-4 = 2/3

Points: (2, 1) and (-4, -5) Slope: (1--5)/(2--4) = 1

If you mean points of (-2, 1) and (-4, -5) then the slope works out as 3