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This calculator finds the Gradient(slope) of a straight line. The Gradient calculator calculates the Gradient(slope) of a straight line and provides the Gradient equation and worked Gradient calculations for each Gradient calculation. The notation for a Gradient is m. You may also be interested in our Slope Calculator.

 Gradient Calculator Precision (Decimal Places)0123456789101112131415 1st horizontal coordinate (x1) 1st vertical coordinate (y1) 2nd horizontal coordinate (x2) 2nd vertical coordinate (y2) Rise (vertical height) (v) m Run (horizontal height) (h) m Gradient (m)(g) °
Gradient Calculator Results (detailed calculations and formula below)
The rise of a Gradient calculation
v = y2 - y1
v = -
v =
The slope of a Gradient calculation
h = x2 - x1
h = -
h =
g = v/h
g = /
g =
Calculator Input Values
1st horizontal coordinate (x1)
1st vertical coordinate (y1)
2nd horizontal coordinate (x2)
2nd vertical coordinate (y2)
Rise (vertical height) (v) m
Run (horizontal height) (h) m

We hope the Gradient calculator helped you to understand and calculate the properties of a Gradient. If you have time, please provide a rating for the Gradient calculator as feedback is always appreciated. The Gradient calculator allows you to calculate any component of a Gradient, vertical/horizontal coordinates, rise, run and/or Gradient by entering the known quantities of the Gradient. You can calculate the missing coordinates in a Gradient, the rise of a Gradient, the run of a Gradient and any mathematical quantity associated with Gradient calculations.

A line that slopes up from left to right has a positive Gradient

A line that slopes down from left to right has a negative Gradient

The Gradient of a vertical line is undefined

The Gradient of a horizontal line is 0

The notation for a Gradient is m

You may also be interested in our Slope Calculator.

The Gradient calculator includes the following formulas

rise = y2 - y1

run = x2 - x1

## Gradient Equation Properties and values

• x1: First horizontal co-ordinate, affects run and Gradient
• x2: Second horizontal co-ordinate, affects run and Gradient
• y1: First vertical co-ordinate, affects rise and Gradient
• y2: Second vertical co-ordinate, affects rise and Gradient
• Rise: Vertical height, affects y2 and Gradient
• Run: Horizontal height, affects x2 and Gradient