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Worksheets for graphing and slope

With this generator, you can make worksheets for these pre-algebra and algebra topics (grades 7-9):

  • graphing linear equations, when the equation is given in the slope-intercept form (y = mx + b)
  • graphing linear equations, when the equation is given in the normal form (Ax + By + C = 0)
  • graphing lines, when the slope and one point on it are given
  • telling the slope of a line from its graph
  • telling the slope of a line when given two points on it
  • determining the equation of a line from its graph
  • determining the equation of a line, given its slope and one point on it
  • determining the equation of a line, given its x and y intercepts

You can customize the worksheets in many ways: You can control the types of problems, the number of problems, including vertical lines, including a fractional slope, the grid image size, maximum for the coordinates (scaling on the grid), workspace, border around the problems, and additional instructions.

All of the worksheets come with an answer key; however, you need to click the link to the answer key immediately after generating the worksheet, because the answer key is only generated when you click on that link. Because of this, you cannot find the answer key for a specific worksheet later on, should you come looking for it.

Note: If the coordinate grid image looks like it is missing some gridlines, don't worry. If you zoom in or print the worksheet, you will see all the lines. This is caused by the fact that the coordinate grid images are higher resolution than what your browser can display. I made them that way so that the grid images would look good when printed (print really "crisp".)

Here are some quick links for ready worksheets. Refresh the worksheet page to get another of the same kind.


Worksheet generator for graphing & slope

Choose at least one problem type below.

graph a line (linear equation), given its equation in the form y = mx + b
graph a line (linear equation), given its equation in the normal form (Ax + By + C = 0)
graph a line (linear equation), given its slope and one point on it

tell the slope of a line from its graph
tell the slope of a line when given two points on it

tell the equation of a line from its graph
tell the equation of a line, given its slope and one point on it
tell the equation of a line, given its x and y intercepts

Include vertical lines

Allow the slope to have a fractional value

Grid image size on page
150 pixels
200 pixels
250 pixels (you can fit two problems in a row)
300 pixels
350 pixels
400 pixels (you can fit two problems in a row in landscape)
600 pixels (you can fit one problem on the page)

Maximum for x and y coordinate
10 (gridlines are at every 1 unit)
20 (gridlines are at every 2 units)
50 (gridlines are at every 5 units)
100 (gridlines are at every 10 units)



Columns:   Rows: (These determine the number of problems)

Number of empty lines below the problem (workspace)

Font:   Font Size:

Cell Padding:     Border:  

Additional title or instructions on top of the worksheet (HTML allowed):


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