How do you find slope (6, 4); (4, 4)?
1 Answer
Apr 6, 2015
 The Ycoordinates of the two points are the same.
It means that the line will be Parallel to the X Axis . A line parallel to the X axis (a horizontal line) has a Slope of Zero (No Steepness, No Inclination)
If we have to provide an explanation with numbers, here is how it would look:

#Slope# =#(Rise)/(Run)#
The#Rise# is the Difference of the Y coordinates of any two points on the line
And the#Run# is the Difference of the X coordinates of those two points 
If the coordinates of the points are
#(x_1,y_1) and (x_2,y_2)# , then#Slope = (y_2y_1)/(x_2x_1)#
Here, the coordinates are# (6,4)# and#(4,4)#
As the Numerator will equal Zero, we can say that the Slope of the Line is ZERO