**Here are previous posts dealing with the definition of slope and practice problems for finding the definition of a line that passes through two points (**

*x*1,*y*1) and (*x*2,*y*2).
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Online notes for Math 15, Math for Liberal Arts taught in the Fall 2016 semester at Laney College by Prof. Hubbard.

## Thursday, October 22, 2015

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Two points on the plane define a slope (or a slope is undefined)

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