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Re: If a line has a slope of –2 and passes through the points (4 [#permalink]
how to know, which should be consider as point 1 and point 2 when point are not mentioned?
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Re: If a line has a slope of –2 and passes through the points (4 [#permalink]
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Sir, there is no need to think that much. Whichever you choose, the slope will remain the same.

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how to know, which should be consider as point 1 and point 2 when point are not mentioned?
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