# How do you find the slope given Point 1 (4,2) Point 2 (3,4)?

slope = - 2

The 2 points here are (4 ,2) and (3 ,4)

Hence slope of line joining points is - 2

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To find the slope given Point 1 (4,2) and Point 2 (3,4), you can use the formula for slope, which is (y2 - y1) / (x2 - x1). So, plugging in the coordinates, you get: (4 - 2) / (3 - 4) = 2 / -1 = -2. Therefore, the slope of the line passing through these points is -2.

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