Slope of two points
 1. Find the slope of the line running through these two points. A(2,3); B(4,5)A) m=0B) m=1C) m=undefinedD) m=-12. Find the slope of the line running through these two points. A(3,3); B(3,5)A) m=1/2B) m=0C) m=undefinedD) m=-2/33. Find the slope of the line running through these two points. A(5,2); B(4,5)A) m=-3B) m=3C) m=undefinedD) m=04. Find the slope of the line running through these two points. A(7,3); B(4,2)A) m=1/3B) m=undefinedC) m=3D) m=05. Find the slope of the line running through these two points. A(4,4); B(4,5)A) m=0B) m=-1C) m=undefinedD) m=16. Find the slope of the line running through these two points. A(4,0); B(3,5)A) m=undefinedB) m=0C) m=-1/5D) m=-57. Find the slope of the line running through these two points. A(2,3); B(4,5)A) m=-2/2B) m=0C) m=undefinedD) m=2/28. Find the slope of the line running through these two points. A(8,4); B(3,2)A) m=2/5B) m=5/sC) m=-2/5D) m=-5/29. Find the slope of the line running through these two points. A(6,3); B(3,5)A) m=2/3B) m=3/2C) m=-2/3D) m=-3/210. Find the slope of the line running through these two points. A(5,6); B(0,0)A) m=-5/6B) m=6/5C) m=5/6D) m=-6/5
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