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3) The coordinates of point A are (−3, 6) and the coordinates of point B are (3, −6). Find the slope of AB . A) The slope is 2.

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3) The coordinates of point A are (−3, 6) and the coordinates of point B are (3, −6). Find the slope of AB . A) The slope is 2.

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3) The coordinates of point A are (−3, 6) and the coordinates of point B are (3, −6). Find the slope of AB
. A) The slope is 2.
B) The slope is 0.
C) The slope is 1 2 .
D) The slope is −2.

The slope is 2 because the formula for finding the slope is change in y over change in x. So, u take 6 from A and -6 from B if u subtract them u get 12. U get 12 because minus of minus gives u plus so if u do the same thing for the next X as well u will end up with -6. So if u divide both , u end up with positive 2.

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The slope is 2 because the formula for finding the slope is change in y over change in x. So, u take 6 from A and -6 from B if u subtract them u get 12. U get 12 because minus of minus gives u plus so if u do the same thing for the next X as well u will end up with -6. So if u divide both , u end up with positive 2.

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The answer is d….