Q: How do you calculate slope in science?

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how calculate slope mh to mh

Calculate slope as slope=(y2-y1)/(t2-t1).

slope=rise/run in other words: slope= y-axis/x-axis

You need two points before you can calculate the slope.

I am not sure what you mean; I guess some symbols disappeared when posting the question. I assume you have two given points. The idea is to calculate the slope as: slope = (difference in y-coordinates) / (difference in x-coordinates)

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how calculate slope mh to mh

Calculate slope as slope=(y2-y1)/(t2-t1).

the formula used to calculate a slope is: m=y2-y1/x2-x1

You cannot: the slope is not defined.

2 ordered pairs are needed to calculate slope.

slope=rise/run in other words: slope= y-axis/x-axis

You need two points before you can calculate the slope.

Points: (-3, -1) and (3, -2) Slope: -1/6

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Parallel lines have the same slope. So if you know the slope of a line in question, or you can calculate it, then you know the slope of any line parallel to that line.

I am not sure what you mean; I guess some symbols disappeared when posting the question. I assume you have two given points. The idea is to calculate the slope as: slope = (difference in y-coordinates) / (difference in x-coordinates)

To get the slope, calculate (difference of y-coordinates) / (difference of x-coordinates).