# Question #cf170

##### 2 Answers

#### Explanation:

To solve this, you can use the point-slope form, which is

when m is equal to slope, and shared subscript denotes the x and y values are from a shared point.

To actually use this formula, you have to assign first and second points. If using the question's points in chronological order, then

Now you can replace each variable with its corresponding value

Simplify

Solve

Therefore, the slope is

#### Explanation:

Slope is equal to

Let's figure out how much did our

To get from -14 to 7, we have to add 21, thus

Now we have our slope: