# Find The Slope Of The Line Through Each Pair Of Points.

It is very simple to calculate slope of a when you have two pair of points. You can use the following formula.
M=(y2-y1)/(x2-x1)
Here the two points are
(8,-1) and (4,3)
so
m =(3+1)/(4-8)
m=4/-4
m=-1 is the required slope of the line.
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(2,6)and(8,1)
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Find the slope of the line through the given points:
(9,6), (21,14)
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(-10, -19), (-1,16)
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(7,4) and (-5,5)
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Slope=M
M=(y2-y1)/(x2-x1)
Example1.
(0,0),(3,7)
y1,x1,y2,x2

plug in the numba'z
so...3-0/7-0
subtract the numba'z
so...3/7
3/7 is your slope if needed to graph just remember rise over run...
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C(-6,-7),K(-1,-7)
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M= 1/2-1 over 3-17/4
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0,2 and 2,1
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A(2, 4), B(-2, -4)
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(2,3) and (-2,5) find the slope of the line
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Find the slope(-2,5),(3,0) is it 1?
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(3,6) and (4,-3)
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0.5
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(2,5) and (-1,-4)
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