dose anyone really get how to find the slopes of straight lines? i just don't get it!

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dose anyone really get how to find the slopes of straight lines? i just don't get it!

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i believe you use y=mx+b
pick 2 known points. use M=(y2-y1)/((x2-x1)
what is the equation

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then sub in the values of your known point into the fourmula y-y=m(x-x)
ok i will ask my parents for some more help....but for now i g2g...thanks for the help!!!
lol this should hellp http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Classes/Alg/Graphing_Functions.aspx
you find the slope between two points by measuring how far you have to rise and how far you have to run to get there. like stairs
slope is defined in math as a ration between: the change in the distance of you "y" values ------------------------------------- the change in the distance of you "x" values
change in distance and direction :)
some slope go up... some slope go down..... some slope is flat..... some slope is to far to see the top ;)

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