Slope of a Line – Examples and Practice Problems

Slope of a Line – Examples and Practice Problems

We can solve examples of the slope of a line using the slope formula. This formula is derived by dividing the change in y by change in x. The slope defines the inclination of the line. A positive slope indicates that the line grows from left to right,...
Slope of a Line – Formula and Examples

Slope of a Line – Formula and Examples

The slope of a line defines the inclination of the line with respect to the x-axis. The slope can be calculated by obtaining the ratio of the difference in the change in y over the change in x. Here, we will learn about the formula that we can use to calculate the...
Midpoint of a Line Segment – Examples and Practice Problems

Midpoint of a Line Segment – Examples and Practice Problems

The midpoint exercises of a line segment can be solved by applying the midpoint formula. This formula is derived considering that the coordinates of the midpoint are found by adding the respective coordinates of the points and dividing by 2. Here, we will look at the...
Midpoint – Formula and examples

Midpoint – Formula and examples

The midpoint of a segment represents the point that is located exactly in the middle of the two endpoints of the segment. The midpoint can be found by dividing the sum of the x-coordinates by 2 and dividing the sum of the y-coordinates by 2. Here, we will...
Examples of distance between two points on the coordinate plane

Examples of distance between two points on the coordinate plane

The distance between two points on the coordinate plane can be found by applying the distance formula and substituting the coordinates of the two given points. In turn, the distance formula is derived using the Pythagorean theorem on the Cartesian plane, where the...
Distance on the Coordinate Plane – Formula and Examples

Distance on the Coordinate Plane – Formula and Examples

The distance on the coordinate plane is the length of the line connecting two points, a start point and an endpoint. This distance can be found by using a formula and substituting the coordinates of the two given points. In turn, the distance formula is derived using...