Learn how to easily find the slope between two points by using the standard slope formula in this lesson. All you need to do is identify which point is x1, which point is y1, and plug them into the formula. It doesn't matter which point you choose to be x1 or y1 because you're just finding the change in the y and x values. By following this formula, you can easily determine the slope between two points.
How to find the slope between two points using slope formula
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Questions answered by this video:
How do you find the slope between two points?
How do you find the slope between (3, -2) and (7, 6)?
What is the slope formula and how do you use it?
How do you know what x1, x2, y1, and y2 are?
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This lesson goes through an explanation of how to use the slope formula to find the slope between two points. Selecting an x1, y1 and x2, y2 and plugging them into the slope formula is explained and shown.