In this video you will learn how to find a slope of a line. The man in the video shows in a practical and easy way, how to do it with formulas. First he teaches how to find slopes of lines containing both negative and positive points. He shows with formulas how to do it. He teaches how to find slopes on a flat line and demonstrates that the slope of it is equal to 0. Next, he teaches a "trick" to help students learn how to identify zero and no slope lines. In the last example, he demonstrates it with an example of a vertical line which gives a no slope result.
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