# What are three ways to find the slope of a line?

Three ways to find the slope of a line:

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Three ways to find the slope of a line are:

- Using the slope formula: ( m = \frac{{y2 - y1}}{{x2 - x1}} )
- Using the rise over run method: Calculate the change in y (rise) divided by the change in x (run).
- Using the coefficient of x in the equation of the line when it's in slope-intercept form ( y = mx + b ).

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