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# Is slope of line L greater than that of line M? 1. L passes

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Is slope of line L greater than that of line M? 1. L passes [#permalink]

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Is slope of line L greater than that of line M?

1. L passes through point (-3,0), and M passes through point (-4,0)
2. L passes through point (0,-3), and M passes through point (0,-4)

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16 Apr 2006, 10:00
(1) or (2) clearly insuff. There could be infinite number of lines passing through a given point.

(1) & (2)
Both have same slope = -1.
Is Slope of L> slope of M? Answer is NO.. C it is !
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16 Apr 2006, 10:07
Absolutely!

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16 Apr 2006, 12:36
C.. to get the slope of each line.. either of them you are left with 2 unknows, m and the constant...

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