Slope worksheets have numerous skills to find the slope or gradient of a line. It is the number which describes the steepness of the line. This page consists of finding the types of slopes; counting the rise and run; finding slope using ratio method, slope-intercept formula and two-point formula; drawing lines through coordinates and much more.
Types of Slopes
Find the type of slope of the given line. This practice would help children to identify if a slope is positive, negative, zero or undefined.
Drawing Lines: Two-point and Single-point
The slope worksheets have two kinds of problems. In part A, draw a line through the given coordinates and identify the types of slope. In part B, graph a line through the point for the given type of slope.
Count the Rise and Run
Find the slope. Calculate the rise and run between the two given coordinates in level 1 and calculate the rise and run between any two coordinates in level 2.
Roof of the House: Finding slope
A house is drawn in each graph. Find the slope of the roof of each house.
Graphing the Line
The slope is already given. Graph the line through the given point.
These practice worksheets have eight problems on finding the slope using ratio method. To find the slope, calculate the rise and run of a line passing through a given pair of points.
Slopes in Triangles
Three line segments are joined to form a triangle. Identify the slope of each side (line segment) of a triangle.
Plotting Points and Finding Slope
Mark the given pair of points. Draw a line joining the points and find the slope of the line. Problems involving x-intercept and y-intercept are also included.
Students should find the slope of a line that passes through a pair of points using two-point formula.
Each worksheet has problems on finding the slope from the given equation. Write each linear equation in slope-intercept form to find the slope.