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Find the slope (m) when given two points on a line.

This section is to learn how to find the slope of a linear function when given two points on a line. It also shows how to identify slope as a rate of change. The slope formula is identified in the video as m= change in y/change in x also known as m= y_{2}-y_{1}/x_{2}-x_{1. }This formula is called the slope formula where given two points (x_{1},y_{1}) (x_{2},y_{2) }you can substitute the coordinates into the slope formula to find the slope between those two points.

Tutorial

This is the notes used out of the notetaking guide for section 4.4 Slope as a Rate of Change.

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Source: McDougal Littell

This video helps you to learn how slope is a rate of change and how to calculate them given a graph and/or two points.

Source: khanacademy.org

This is the workbook page that is used for practice.

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Source: McDougal Littell