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`m = (y2 - y1)/(x2-x1)`

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The **Slope** calculator compute the slope of a line between two points.

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Enter the following:

- (
**P1**) Point 1 x_{1}and y_{1}Coordinates - (
**P2**) Point 2 x_{2}and y_{2}Coordinates

**Slope of a Line (m):** The utility returns the slope as a real number. However, this can be automatically converted to a percentage via the pull-down menu.

This calculator provides the slope of the line between two points, (x_{1} , y_{1}) and ( x_{2} , y_{2}) in a Cartesian plane. The slope is also known as the rise over the run. The formula for the slope between two points is

m = (y_{1} - y_{2}) / (x_{1} - x_{2})

where:

- m is the slope
- (x
_{1}y_{1}) are the coordinates of one point - (x
_{2}y_{2}) are the coordinates of another point

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