Slope from two points tutorial 1

Find the slope of the line that contains these two points. (3,4) and (5,9) First label your coordinates correctly by entering x _{1}_{, }y_{1}_{, }x_{2}_{, and}y_{2} above the correct number.(3, 4) (5, 9) Find the slope of the line that contains these two points. (3,4) and (5,9) First label your coordinates correctly by entering x _{1}_{, }y_{1}_{, }x_{2}_{, and}y_{2} above the correct number.NEXT correctly enter the number to replace your x and y from the slope formula. x2 - x1 y2 - y1 x1 y1 x2 y2 (3, 4) (5, 9) - - Find the slope of the line that contains these two points. (3,4) and (5,9) FINALLY do the subtraction and reduce if needed. x2 - x1 5 - 3 = y2 - y1 9 - 4 = Find the slope of the line that contains these two points.(3,6) and (11,10) First label your coordinates correctly by entering x _{1}_{, }y_{1}_{, }x_{2}_{, and}y_{2} above the correct number.(3, 6) (11, 10) Find the slope of the line that contains these two points.(3,6) and (11,10) _{1}_{, }y_{1}_{, }x_{2}_{, and}y_{2} above the correct number.NEXT correctly enter the number to replace your x and y from the slope formula. x2 - x1 y2 - y1 x1 y1 x2 y2 (3, 6) (11, 10) - - Find the slope of the line that contains these two points.(3,6) and (11,10) FINALLY do the subtraction and reduce if needed. 11 - 3 = x2 - x1 y2 - y1 10 - 6 = = Find the slope of the line that contains these two points.(5,8) and (9,14) _{1}_{, }y_{1}_{, }x_{2}_{, and}y_{2} above the correct number.(5, 8) (9, 14) Find the slope of the line that contains these two points.(5,8) and (9,14) _{1}_{, }y_{1}_{, }x_{2}_{, and}y_{2} above the correct number.NEXT correctly enter the number to replace your x and y from the slope formula. x2 - x1 y2 - y1 x1 y1 x2 y2 (5, 8) (9, 14) - - Find the slope of the line that contains these two points.(5,8) and (9,14) FINALLY do the subtraction and reduce if needed. x2 - x1 9 - 5 = y2 - y1 14 - 8 = = |

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