y-intercept, x-intercept and slope

wildmage92

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if i had these two coordinates:
(-2,0) (1,3)
how would I go about finding the y-intercept, the x-intercept and the slope?
 

wildmage92

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thankss alot for no help
 

pka

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wildmage92 said:
thankss alot for no help
Have you been to class lately?
Can you tell us what slope means?
What does y-intercept mean?
Please tell us!
 

stapel

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wildmage92 said:
thankss alot for no help
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