For questions #9 – 11 “finding the slope” of a linear (straight) line, recall the “tools” that we can use:

1) Given a Graph: Slope or “m” = rise/run from one (x, y) point to a second (x, y) point on the line

2) Given any two (x, y) points on the line: Slope or “m” = y2 – y1 / x2 – x1

3) Given a “Table of Values”: Choose any two (x, y) points in the table, then calculate the slope using the slope formula – Slope or “m” = y2 – y1 / x2 – x1


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