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Does slope have to be y2-y1/x2-x1 or can it just be rise over run?

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Answer #1 | 01/05 2017 04:29
That is the rise over run way when you have 2 sets of points . (2,3) and (6,2) slope = 2-3/ 6-2 = -1/3
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Answer #2 | 01/05 2017 03:56
they are the same thing. rise = y2-y1 and run = x2-x1
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Answer #3 | 01/05 2017 03:57
the formula is how you calculate rise over run
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Answer #4 | 01/05 2017 04:04
y2-y1/x2-x1 is rise over run because "y2-y1" is your change in y(rise) and it is over "x2-x1" which is the change in x(run). That is where rise over run comes from
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