Slope or gradient worksheets contain identifying types of slope; finding rise and run from the graph; identifying rate of change; identifying slope from linear equation using slope-intercept form and two-point formula; and more.
Identifying Slope from the Graph
Positive, Negative, Zero or Undefined Slope
Look at the graph of each line and identify the nature of the slope
Rise, Run and Slope
Identify the slope or gradient of a line shown in each graph. Draw the horizontal and vertical line to show rise and run.
Rate of Change
Find the slope or rate of change in each graph. No coordinates provided.
Roof of the building
Find the roof pitch of the roof in each building.
Graph the Line
Draw the line through the point with the given slope.
Slope of a linear Equation
Slope and Y-intercept form: Basic
Find the slope of a line from the slope-intercept form of a linear equation.
Slope and Y-intercept Form: Advanced
Write the linear equation in slope-intercept form and then find the slope.
Slope Between the Points
Use the coordinates of the points to calculate the rise and run, and find the slope. This method also called as ratio method.
Two Point Formula and the Slope:
Use two-point formula to find the slope of a line.
Slope and Algebra
The gradient (slope) and the point is given. Another point is given with missing coordinate. Find the value of the missing coordinate using two point slope formula.