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What is the slope of the line which passes through (4, 5) and (0, 1)?
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Hi student, let me help you out!

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Let's find the slope with the help of this formula:

[tex]\star\boxed{\mathrm{\cfrac{y2-y1}{x2-x1}}}\star[/tex], where y2 and y1 are y-coordinates, and x2 and x1 are x-coordinates.

Stick in the values: [tex]\mathrm{\cfrac{1-5}{0-4}}[/tex].

Upon simplifying, we get [tex]\mathrm{\cfrac{-4}{-4}}}=\boxed{slope=-1}[/tex]

Hope this helped you out, ask in comments if any queries arise.

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Slope is 1

Step-by-step explanation:

[tex]m = \frac{y1 - y2}{x1 - x2} [/tex]

[tex]m = \frac{5 - 1}{4 - 0} [/tex]

[tex]m = 1[/tex]
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