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1-36.

The slope of a line is a measure of its steepness and indicates whether it goes up or down from left to right. For example, the slope of the line segment

For each line segment below, find the slope. You may want to copy each line segment on graph paper in order to draw slope triangles.

Create a slope triangle for each segment.

Find the change in and the change in

*for each segment.*

See the example below. Note: