you look at the line and see if there are any direct points on the line the slope formula
Two points on a graphed line are (4, 7) and (3, 8). What is the slope of the line?
Rate can be the slope of a line when some variables are graphed. Ex: When graphing distance vs time for a moving object the slope of the line is the rate.
[ y = mx + b ] is.m = the slope of the graphed lineb = the 'y' value where the graphed line crosses the y-axis.
No. You are referring to a line on an XY graph, where X is the horizontal axis and Y is the vertical one. Equations are commonly graphed this way. Slope refers to the angle at which the graphed line goes up or down. If it is steep, it is a higher slope. If it is closer to flat, it is a low slope. Intercept refers to the point at which the line crosses the Y axis.
The lines below are perpendicular. If the slope of the green line is -1, what is the slope of the red line?
A linear equation with an undefined slope is an equation where, when graphed, forms a vertical line. For example: when given 2 points: (2, 4) (2,7) ~ The x-values are the same, while the y-values differ, which would create a vertical line when the points are graphed
Parallel lines have the same slope.
The part of the straight line that crosses y axis