The slope calculator is designed to calculate the slope of line between two given points in the Cartesian coordinate system.
The slope is the amount of slant that the line has. Its value can be zero, positive, negative, or undefined. Most importantly, two coordinate point values are needed to find the slope.
The following formula is used to find the slope of the line.
m = 

= 

= tan(θ) 
Where,
m = Slope
(x_{1}, y_{1}) and (x_{2}, y_{2}) = Coordinate Points
tan(θ) = Angle of Incline
The following formula is used to find the distance.
Distance (d) = √(ΔX^{2} + ΔY^{2})
OR
Distance (d) = √(x_{2}  x_{1})^{2} + (y_{2}  y_{1})^{2}
Let's take an example to understand the calculation.
Find the slope of line that passes through the Coordinate Points (x_{1}, y_{1}) = (5, 10) and (x_{2}, y_{2}) = (8, 18).
Here,
x_{1} = 5
y_{1} = 10
x_{2} = 8
y_{2} = 18
Now place the above values in the slope formula.
m = 

m = 

= 

= 2.6667
So, the Slope (m) = 2.6667.