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An example of a positive integer slope is 2. If the points were 1/2 and 3/4 and you do y2-y1/x2-x1 you would get 2/2 or 2. If you were to choose these points on a graph and draw the triangle to connect them, the height would be 2 and so would the length. If you chose these points from a table and used the slope equation you would get 2.

An example of a negative fraction slope is -2/8

.An example of a negative integer slope is -4. If you chose the points 2/4 and 6/8 and used the slope equation, you would get -4/4. On a graph you would draw the triangle and the rise would be 4 and the run -4. On a table these points would be subtracted to get -4. You could also get this from points that have the slope -4/4 when reduced after being used in the slope equation.

An example of a positive integer slope is 2. If the points were 1/2 and 3/4 and you do y2-y1/x2-x1 you would get 2/2 or 2. If you were to choose these points on a graph and draw the triangle to connect them, the height would be 2 and so would the length. If you chose these points from a table and used the slope equation you would get 2.

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