How do you find the slope for (-3,-7) (3, -7)?

Aug 24, 2017

Slope is equal to the rise over the run ($\delta$$y$$/$$\delta$$x$).
Slope $=$ 0.

Explanation:

Divide the difference in $y$ coordinates by the difference in $x$ coordinates. (be consistent)

(-7$-$(-7))$/$(3$-$(-3))

0$/$6 = 0