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Q: You can choose any two distinct points on a line to calculate the slope?
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If given two points from a linear table of values how can you calculate the slope of the equation that was used to generate the table?

Choose two distinct points from the table and designate their coordinates as x1, y1 and x2, y2. The slope of the line then will equal (y2 - y1)/(x2 - x1).


Does it matter which of the two points of a line you choose to call x1 y1 and which you choose to call x2 y2 to calculate the slope of the line?

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It doesn't matter which of the two points on a line you choose to call (x1 y1) and which you choose to call (x2 y2) to calculate the slope of the line.?

Slope of line: (y2 -y1)/(x2-x1)


It does not matter which of the two points of a line you choose to call x1 y1 and which you choose to call x2 y2 to calculate the slope of the line?

This is true as long as the slope of the line is constant, if it is a straight line and doesn't curve, then yes it doesn't matter which points are chosen.


Is It doesn't matter which of the two points on a line you choose to call (x1 y1) and which you choose to call (x2 y2) to calculate the slope of the line True or false?

true


What is the point-slope form for 3 7?

You need two points before you can calculate the slope.


How do you calculate the slope between two points?

The slope is calculated as: y1-y2/x1-x2 given two sets of points


What is the slope of the points (-3-1) and (3-2)?

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


How can you calculate a slope of graph?

Points: (x, y) and (x, y) Slope: y1-y2/x1-x2


The slope of a line will depend on which of the two points you choose to call (x1 y1) and which you choose to call (x2 y2) when calculating the slope.?

True


What is the slope of the line passing through the points (50) and (62)?

If you mean points of: (5, 0) and (6, 2) then the slope works out as 2


If three points are given then how do you prove that they are collinear?

0). Considering any TWO points, you can calculate the slope of the line between them like this: Slope = (difference between the y-values of the two points) divided by (difference between the x-values of the two points). Use this technique to examine your THREE points, like this: 1). Calculate the slope of the line between Point-2 and Point-1. 2). Calculate the slope of the line between Point-3 and Point-1. 3). If the two slopes are equal, then the three points all lie on the same line.

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