# How do you find the slope of (-2,3) and (4,9)?

##### 1 Answer

I think you mean the slope of a line through the points (-2,3) and (4,9).

The slope is basically (change in

slope

Both

To add to the answer, you can also determine the slope by counting on a graph. Plot your two points on a graph and connect the two points to form a triangle. Once you have your triangle, you can proceed to count the rise (Going up or down) and then the run (across). Thus, fulfilling the formula of rise/run