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    Explanation of slope.

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    Once you have the graph of a line, how can you find its slope?

    Does it matter which points you choose to find the slope?

    Does the slope vary depending on your choice of points?

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    Question : Once you have the graph of a line, how can you find its slope?

    Once you have the graph of a line, you can find it slope by choosing any 2 points on the line.
    The slope of a line measures the steepness of the line. So, once you select any 2 points on the graph, you can find its slope by using the following formula:
    Slope = (y2 - y1)/(x2-x1). In the ...

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