Q: What is the slope of the line that contains the points (-2 1) and (0 -3)?

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It is: 0

Points: (8, -6) and (8, 2) Slope: 0 It is a straight line parallel to the y axis.

Points: (8, 3) and (8, 7) Slope: 0 It will be a straight vertical line parallel to the y axis

-3/2

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Points: (0, 7) and (8, -3) Slope: -5/4

If the points are: (0, 3) and (8, -3) then the slope works out as -3/4

It is: 0

Points: (8, -6) and (8, 2) Slope: 0 It is a straight line parallel to the y axis.

Points: (8, 3) and (8, 7) Slope: 0 It will be a straight vertical line parallel to the y axis

Slope: (2-4)/(0--3) = -2/3 Perpendicular slope: 3/2

-3/2

Slope = 7--3 over 0-8 = -5/4

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If you mean points of: (0, 4) and (4, -2) then the slope works out as -3/2

Points: (8, 3) and (8, 7) Slope: 0 The line is a straight vertical line parallel to the y axis

Points: (-3, 6) and (4, 6) Slope: 0 The line will be a straight horizontal line parallel to the x axis