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Another coordinate is needed to work out the slope of the line

Q: What is the slope of (5-3)?

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Points: (2, 1) and (5, 3) Slope: 2/3

then the slope is x=y. there is no slope.

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Yes, it is true; slope zero is no slope.

m = slope

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flatter slope is the slope that is near y-axis. Low slope = flatter steeper slope is the slope that near x-axis. High slope = steeper source: my super braaiiin

Flat slope is slope equals zero.