# Slope Worksheets

Use our slope worksheets to learn about different types of slopes, find the slope of a graph, determine the slope of a line passing through two points, and additional concepts. Refer to the answer key to check solutions. Utilize these free worksheets and deepen your understanding of slopes!

These worksheets on types of slope consist of two sections. First, determine whether the slopes are positive, negative, zero, or undefined. Then, plot the coordinates, draw the line on the graph, and identify the type of slope.

To solve these slope worksheets, first determine the vertical change (rise) and the horizontal change (run) between the two chosen points. Then, plug these values into the formula m=run/rise to find the slope m.

Based on the slope, determine the number of units to move vertically (rise) and horizontally (run). Starting from a given point, apply the rise and run to plot a new point and draw the line through both points.

The slope m of a line passing through two points (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) is given by: m = x2−x1/y2−y1. Substitute the coordinates into this formula, then use the results to find the slope of the line.

Plot the Points and Find the Slope

These printables combine two skills: graphing a line segment and finding its slope. The task is to plot the two given sets of coordinates, and find the slope of the line segment connecting the points.

Slope of the Line Joining Two Points

Learners in grade 7, grade 8, and above can practice with these pdfs to find the slope of a line passing through two points. Simply plug in the known values into the two-point formula and solve to find the slope.

Slope of the Line from the Equation

Learn to find the slope of a line from its equation with our worksheets on finding the slope using the equation. Compare the given equation to the slope-intercept form to determine the slope of the line.