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greenie787
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to find the gradient you use y2-y1/x2-x1. but how do you know which point is Y2 or Y1 etc?
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It doesn't matter which way round you do it, as long as whatever you take as y2, you take the x co-ordinate of that point to be x2. You'll get the same answer.
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ok thank you
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